McKinney City Council members will meet Nov. 7 to consider selling and issuing voter-approved bond funds, according to city documents.

The gist

Council’s agenda includes three items to authorize the issuance and sale of bonds, including:
  • Two items to sell bonds approved by voters in 2019 in the amounts of $30.5 million and $15 million
  • One item to sell $24.5 million in revenue bonds for improvements at McKinney National Airport, including a new hangar, a federal inspection station, a taxiway extension and more, according to city documents
Other items on the agenda include contracts for various projects around the city, including:
  • A nearly $1.9 million contract of miscellaneous traffic signal improvements and traffic construction
  • A $190,000 contract to design a project for sidewalk and accessibility improvements along White Avenue between Redbud Boulevard and Tennessee Street
  • A roughly $130,000 contract for the design of a roadway illumination project along SH 5 between Powerhouse Street and Telephone Road
Council will also hear additional requests from city staff to authorize the use of eminent domain for five properties affected by the SH 5 utilities relocation project. Council members approved the use of eminent domain if needed for four affected properties at an Oct. 17 meeting.

Also on the agenda

City Council members will also gather for a work session meeting at 3 p.m. Nov. 7 prior to the regular meeting.

The work session agenda includes an update on the city’s yard waste and composting program as well as a presentation on impacts to Erwin Park’s hiking and biking trails due to neighboring development, according to city documents.

Get involved

Council will meet at 6 p.m. Nov. 7 at 222 N. Tennessee St. in McKinney. The meeting will be livestreamed for those unable to attend in person.

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