Bowie Councilors discuss allowing structures on the reservoir side of the lake

By BARBARA GREEN
editor@bowienewsonline.com
Members of the Bowie City Council this week discussed a new ordinance that would allow structures to be built on the Bowie Reservoir side of Lake Amon G. Carter with significant restrictions.
City Manager Bert Cunningham presented the ordinance asking the council to study it before they have a significant discussion and any vote. Councilors Laura Hefley and Jason Love were absent.
The ordinance proposal requires any dock, pier, boat house, walkway or boat ramp be attached at the property and they are considered accessory structures. Plans will have to be submitted to the city for review for both existing and new structures.

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2 Comments on Bowie Councilors discuss allowing structures on the reservoir side of the lake

  1. Is this for docks to be built on the new sides that’s for fishing and with all the trees or just the old side

    • This just relates to the newer side, the old side was grandfathered in and cannot be changed at this point which was reported at the last council meeting.

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