Sure, and that happens a lot. However, it's usually just some number of residents near a proposed project reacting because of how they perceive that particular project will affect them. That doesn't have the same teeth as city policy or broad demands on standards of design and quality and fit from the broader community.
Of course, the city can't impose strict requirements for every development planned on the sprawling prairie within its city limits, but overall the city (the citizens or the government which represents them) does not show any interest in setting high standards apart from a few small areas with design overlays and the like. We're not even that good at historic preservation; what historic structures we have are for the most part still standing only because no one wanted to build anything on them.
Everyone Many on this form care about what gets built and where, but that is not representative of much of the population. None Few care about what is built in Fort Worth unless they see a direct impact on their own daily lives or property values.