Council allocates appraisal district board votes and raises impact fees
The City Council allocated its votes in the Johnson and Tarrant counties Central Appraisal District Board elections, approved raising impact fees and more at its meeting Monday at City Hall
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BURLESON – The City Council allocated its votes in the Johnson and Tarrant counties Central Appraisal District Board election, approved raising impact fees and discussed increasing parks-and-recreation fees at its meeting Monday at City Hall.
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The council allocated 298 votes to John Wood and 75 to Duaine Goulding in the Johnson County Central Appraisal District Board election.
The 298 votes to Wood give him enough to be elected.
The council also allocated all six of its votes to Gary Losada in the Tarrant County Central Appraisal District Board election.
The council nominated Wood, Goulding, Amy Lingo and Paul Jones to the Johnson County Central Appraisal District Board and nominated Gary Losada to the Tarrant County Central Appraisal District Board at its meeting October 2. The council didn’t allocate any votes to Lingo Monday because she had already earned enough votes to be elected.
“We will bring more transparency [and] more balance if we get three [of Wood, Goulding, Lingo and Jones] on the board,” Goulding said at the meeting.
The council also approved city-staff’s recommended roadway impact-fee increases and water and wastewater impact-fee changes at the meeting.