Did you miss our most recent council meeting? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. Stay up to date and find out the highlights of our Tuesday, December 3, 2019, Little Elm Town Council meeting in our Council Corner.
• Council recognized the staff and departments who won awards for exemplifying the Town’s Core Values and philosophy of Servant Leadership. Parks Supervisor Phil Kemmerer was awarded the Servant Leader Award. Community Integrity Manager Nathan Abato received the Heart of Service (Customer Service). The Human Resource Department was awarded the Running with Scissors (Efficiency) Award. Firefighter/Paramedic Chase Stanley was awarded the Trustworthy Service Award (Integrity). The Development Department was awarded the Visionary Award (Innovation).
• Assistant to the Town Manager Caitlan Biggs covered new Council Liaison Guidelines.
- Public Hearing, discussion, and action to adopt Ordinance No. 1529 to rezone approximately 19.974 acres from Light Commercial to Planned Development-Single Family 4 to allow for subdivision on the south side of King Road.
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