Pearland City Council on Monday voted unanimously to approve a bond order of Brazoria County Municipal Utility District No. 6, authorizing the issue of $3.14 million in Unlimited Tax Refunding Bonds.
The city council voted unanimously to amend an ordinance regarding the Bellavita Planned Development. The amendment allows the previously approved development, Bellavita at Green Tee, to use R-4 density zoning yard requirements and lot coverage for residential lots at 211 acres of property located northwest of Broadway and Dixie Farm Road.
During the meeting, Human Resources and Safety Management Director Bonita Hall and Director of Inspection Services David Whittaker were introduced.
The city council voted unanimously to renew an engineering contract with John Hargrove for engineering services.
The city council voted unanimously to approve a zoning change from a General Commercial to Multi-Family Planned Development district for 10 acres of property located in the area of Cullen Boulevard south of Broadway.
The city council voted unanimously to amend the Code of Ordinances to allow sales of alcoholic beverages in certain areas by mixed beverage permit holders.
The city council voted unanimously to authorize the submission of two solid waste grant applications to the Houston-Galveston Area Council.
The city council tabled for a future agenda an ordinance to create the office of City Marshal.
The city council took no action regarding potential litigation. The item was discussed in executive session.
The city council took no action regarding economic development incentives. The item was discussed in executive session.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Council Members Felicia Kyle and Steve Saboe were absent. Agenda