Ordinance 1203 - Did the city know about the "untruths"?
So, what happens when the wording of an Ordinance is misleading, or contains information that isn’t true? In May 2017 Cibolo City Council passed Ordinance 1203 to amend the Development Agreement. Several things were changed, but the biggest was that Schertz and its portion of FM1103 were removed from the agreement. Upon further review it was found that the ordinance itself included statements that are untrue. [See picture below] From a Cibolo Citizen: I am asking if possible
TXDOT proposes additional NON-tolled lanes to IH35
It seems Cibolo Turnpike/Texas Turnpike and the City of Cibolo are stuck in denial. Perhaps they are moving through the stages of grief, having flown past the “shocked” phase in record time and contently straddling the Denial and Anger phases now. It’s hard to let a project die, especially one where the studies you pay for don’t support the project, even when you change it to less than half of what was originally proposed. Stantec, the third party company Texas Turnpike/Cibol