Capital Improvements Advisory Committee

Meetings

  • Held on a biannual basis (usually November and May)
  • Last Monday of each month
  • 6:30 p.m.
  • Special meetings are held as needed
  • The meetings are held in the evening and are approximately 30 minutes to one hour in duration

Members

The (CIAC) is comprised of seven voting members of the planning and zoning commission, plus one ad hoc voting member (industry representative) who is not an employee of the city and who is a representative of the real estate, development, or building industry (residency not required), plus one ad hoc voting member (ETJ representative) who is a representative of the extraterritorial jurisdiction area. Current members are:


Title
Name
Term
Place 1
Doug Horak, Vice Chair
2017-2019
Place 2
Doreen Snediker
2018-2020
Place 3
Gregory Kadesch, Chair
2017-2019
Place 4
Martha Dever
2018-2020
Place 5
James "Rusty" Chapman
2017-2019
Place 6
Peter Hall2018-2020
Place 7
Mike Rhodes
2017-2019
Place 8
Vacant2018-2020
Place 9
TY Caraway
2017-2019


 Overview


The Capital Improvements Advisory Commission (CIAC) is comprised of select members of the planning and zoning commission. This group is charged with making recommendations to the City Council regarding long-range capital improvement plans to be financed with the Haslet impact fees. The functions of the advisory committee are:

  • Advise and assist the city in adopting land use assumptions
  • Review the capital improvement plan regarding water and wastewater capital improvements and file written comments thereon
  • Monitor and evaluate implementation of the capital improvement plan
  • Advise the city of the need to update or revise the land use assumptions, capital improvement plan and impact fees
  • Submit to the city council a semiannual report evaluating the progress of the city in achieving the capital improvement plan and identifying any problems in implementing the plan or administering the impact fees

This commission meets on a bi-annual basis (usually November and May) to review the amount of the impact fees collected, for both water and sewer, and determine the best projects for the use of the impact fee money.

Term

Each commission member serves a staggered two-year term. Members serving in odd-numbered places will be appointed in odd-numbered years, and members serving in even-numbered places will be appointed in even-numbered years. The industry representative shall be considered Place 8, and the ETJ representative shall be Place 9.

City Staff Liaison

CIAC members are provided clerical / administrative support from community development department, and other members of city staff as appropriate, as well as city engineer. Responsibilities consist of:

  • Advise and assist the city in adopting land use assumptions
  • Review the capital improvement plan regarding water and wastewater capital improvements and file written comments thereon
  • Monitor and evaluate implementation of the capital improvement plan
  • Advise the city of the need to update or revise the land use assumptions, capital improvement plan and impact fees
  • Submit to the city council a semiannual report evaluating the progress of the city in achieving the capital improvement plan and identifying any problems in implementing the plan or administering the impact fees