Mark Black Wedding Venue


Mark Black Wedding Venue approved by city council

The Mark Black Venue once again filled city hall to capacity.


The City Council approved the Mark Black Wedding Venue at 130 W. Concord Circle in Driftwood at its Tuesday March 13 meeting.

Present for the council meeting were Mayer Todd Purcell, Mayor Pro Tem Bill Foulds, Council Member Taline Manassian, and Council Member Wade King. The venue passed by a vote of two to one, with Foulds and Manassian voting for, and King voting against. Not present for the meeting were council members Travis Crow and John Kroll.

As in the previous city council meeting on February 20, in which the venue was tabled, this city council meeting was also heavily attended by members of the Friendship Alliance, a coalition of property owners associations and residents opposed to the development of the 64-acre property by Mark Black. The proposed venue will have house two separate wedding venue buildings, which combined will handle an estimated 600 guests at one time.

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