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DS-17-002 City Owned Property

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City of Killeen property inventory

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DS-17-002 City Owned Property

  1. 1. Property Inventory
  2. 2.  To provide a briefing regarding the extent and nature of the City’s currently-owned property  To recommend next steps to the City Council regarding this inventory.  To determine a consensus so that the sale of property can move forward.
  3. 3.  Continued economic development  Revenue—both short range and long range  Property maintenance—most effective use of city resources
  4. 4. Approaches utilized:  Create the inventory. County register List of platted properties Staff’s experience and situational awareness  Identify most promising parcels.  Investigate those and determine priorities.
  5. 5. Lessons learned:  Park land and its use  Deed restrictions
  6. 6.  Handout and wall map listing 190 city-owned properties, variously identified as “in use,” “must keep,” and “recommended for sale”  Handout and wall map identifying the prioritized properties
  7. 7.  #18 and #22— N. 10th St and E. Avenue B  #47— Buckley and Camilla Road  #86— 2001 E. Elms Road  #97— 3201 South W.S. Young Drive
  8. 8.  Rancier  Featherline  27 properties in trust with Bell County
  9. 9.  To provide a briefing regarding the extent and nature of the City’s currently-owned property  To recommend next steps to the City Council regarding this inventory.  To determine a consensus so that the sale of property can move forward.

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