The Coppell City Council will consider approving a site plan for a Biodiversity Center at the Coppell Nature Park during its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Town Center Council Chambers.
The Biodiversity Center would include an education hall, nature center and offices, and it would have amenities such as solar panels and a rainwater collection facility, according to the meeting's agenda. The Center would be located on 3.15 acres of property within the Coppell Nature Park.
In addition to considering the approval of the Biodiversity Center's site plan, here's some other items on the City Council's agenda:
- "Consider approval of a Resolution calling on the Texas legislature to reexamine the public school accountability system in Texas and to develop a system that truly measures student learning against rigorous standards that will prepare them for their global future without undermining the fundamental principles of good teaching or destroying the students’ innate love of learning, and authorizing the Mayor to sign."
- "Consider approval of the quote from Paradigm Traffic Systems, Inc. for video detection cameras and associated hardware in the amount of $53,676.00; as provided for in the IMF funds; and authorizing the City Manager to sign and execute any necessary documents."
- "Consider approval of appointing Glenn Portman to fill the unexpired term of Aaron Duncan on the Planning and Zoning Commission."
Click here to access the meeting's full agenda.