Capital Improvements Advisory Committee


  • 6:00 PM
  • Council Chambers Bldg. 4
  • The Capital Improvements Advisory Committee generally meets the fourth Wednesday of April and October in order to evaluate the Semi-Annual report. The Capital Improvements Advisory Committee can also meet on an as-needed basis. 

Agenda & Minutes

Agendas are available prior the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.  Semiannual Reports are available following City Council approval. 

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Member Term Expiration
Glen Outlaw, Chair May 31, 2022
Ernest Evans Jr., Vice Chair May 31, 2022
Richard Braud May 31, 2023
Gordon Rae May 31, 2023
Judy Goldick May 31, 2022
Jimmy Odom May 31, 2022
Bryan Jones May 31, 2022
Mark Penshorn  May 31, 2022

The Committee is comprised of nine members appointed by City Council. As allowed by the State Statue, the City's Planning and Zoning Commission, along with two additional members, act as the advisory committee. At least one member of the Committee must be a representative of the real estate, development, or building industry who is not an employee or official of the City and one member must be a representative of the extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) of the City. 

About the Committee

In accordance with Section 395.058 of the Texas Local Government Code, a Capital Improvement Advisory Committee is appointed by a political subdivision that desires to finance certain capital improvements (water, wastewater, roadways) with revenue generated by the charging of impact fees to new development. 

The Capital Improvement Advisory Committee serves in an advisory capacity and is established to: 

  • Advise and assist the City in adopting land use assumptions;
  • Review the capital improvements plans and file written comments;
  • Monitor and evaluate implementation of the capital improvements plan;
  • File semiannual reports with respect to the progress of the capital improvements plan and report to City Council and perceived inequities in implementing the plan or imposing the impact fees; and
  • Advise the City Council of the need to update or revise the land use assumptions, capital improvements plan, and impact fees. 

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