The Fort Worth City Council now has eight members and a mayor. Councilmen Zim Zimmerman and Cary Moon are not visible at far right. City Manager David Cooke is seated in front of the flags. A proposed charter amendment would raise the number of members to 10.
The Fort Worth City Council now has eight members and a mayor. Councilmen Zim Zimmerman and Cary Moon are not visible at far right. City Manager David Cooke is seated in front of the flags. A proposed charter amendment would raise the number of members to 10. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives
The Fort Worth City Council now has eight members and a mayor. Councilmen Zim Zimmerman and Cary Moon are not visible at far right. City Manager David Cooke is seated in front of the flags. A proposed charter amendment would raise the number of members to 10. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram archives

Fort Worth voters will decide in May whether to increase size of council, raise pay

February 02, 2016 10:17 PM

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