Last week’s city council session is purported to be only the second time Boren has ever attended a city council meeting — the first was when the city was considering the University North Park TIF.
Expect to see more design changes. With the Lindsey proposal shifting moment by moment, it’s still anyone’s guess what Tuesday’s meeting will bring.
Insiders say it’s unlikely the city council will make a formal decision on Lindsey Street as early as Tuesday night.
If a design is not approved soon, expect to see delays on the project, at least the portion east of McGee Drive.
One possibility is that council, in its nonvoting 5:30 p.m. study session, will make a consensus recommendation to city staff, thereby sending the Lindsey proposal forward with no public input or formal vote.