Jacksonville council to meet Tuesday at 6 p.m.

by Staff reports

JACKSONVILLE – City leaders will hear a public hearing concerning a zoning request change at 535 S. Bolton, then will vote on the request during a 6 p.m. Jacksonville City Council meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the local city hall, 315 S. Ragsdale St.

The request is to change the Bolton Street property from D - multi-family, to A - single family.

The council also will consider an ordinance regarding the dredging of the 1,325-acre Lake Jacksonville; consider approval of security cameras for the city's new public safety complex and approve a consent agenda.

The consent agenda includes minutes from a Sept. 8 regular meeting, an interlocal agreement with Cherokee County for donation of surplus body cameras, an interlocal agreement with the City of Cuney of retired police equipment and miscellaneous equipment, street closings for the Oct. 17 Taco Trot and write-off report for all accounts in the city for 2020.

The council also will meet in executive session to consult with attorneys and discuss real property. Action, if any, will be taken when it resumes into open meeting, as per Texas Government Code.