McKinney City Council members will meet Feb. 6 to consider adding two elections to the May ballot, according to city documents.

The gist

City leaders have received presentations from city staff at recent meetings regarding two potential elections including a charter amendment election and a municipal bond election.

The charter amendment election was considered at a Jan. 16 meeting and if called, would ask McKinney voters to consider increasing the number of consecutive terms allowed from two to three, according to city documents. Council members currently serve four-year terms with a limit of two consecutive terms in one position, City Attorney Mark Houser said at the January meeting.

A citizen bond committee recommended the municipal bond election be called in the amount of $485.5 million at a Dec. 19 meeting. The election, if called, would include five propositions for various municipal projects including parks and recreation improvements, a new municipal court facility, public safety and roadway improvements, according to city documents.

Also on the agenda

City Council members will also consider executing a contract with Color-Ad to create signage for the city’s wayfinding master plan.

The project will include the implementation of various wayfinding and monument signs, as well as informational kiosks, throughout the city. Council members will hear a presentation on the item at a work session meeting at 3 p.m. Feb. 6 prior to considering the nearly $1.9 million contract during the regular meeting.

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

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