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A16-0003 Involuntarily Annexation
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Frisco, Texas will conduct public hearings in the Council Chambers at Frisco City Hall, 6101 Frisco Square Boulevard, Frisco, Texas on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at 5:00 PM and Monday, February 20, 2017 at 5:00 PM at a special called City Council Meeting:
Involuntary Annexation: Consider and act upon adoption of a Resolution setting Public Hearings on a proposed involuntary annexation of 79.98± acres and containing the following tracts of land located in Collin County, Texas: (1) Tract 1, in the A S. Young Survey, Abstract No. 1037 (A/K/A Russwood Acres), 40.167± acres; (2) Tract 2, in the Andrew S. Young Survey, Abstract No. 1037, sheet 1, Tract 6m 19.967± acres; (3) Tract 3, in the Andrew S. Young Survey, Abstract No. 1037, Sheet 1, Tract 5, 1.2909± acres; (4) Tract 4, in the Andrew S. Young Survey, Abstract No. 1037, 8.579± acres; (5) Tract 5, in the Andrew S. Young Survey, Abstract No. 1037, Sheet 1, Tract 7, 5.00± acres; (6) Tract 6, in the Andrew S. Young Survey, Abstract No. 1037, 4.984± acres, generally located west of Custer Road, east of Memory Lane, south of Westridge Boulevard and north of Booker Trail, Willowbrook Lane and Winding Creek Drive located within the City's ETJ.