Shoreacres City Council on Monday voted unanimously to approve a resolution naming the Riveron Law Firm to act as grant administrator for Texas Community Development Block Grants awarded to the city for Hurricane Ike recovery projects.
The grants were awarded through the Texas Department of Rural Affairs.
The city council voted unanimously to approve a resolution naming Cobb, Fendley & Associates as the city's engineering firm for Hurricane Ike disaster recovery projects funded through the Texas Community Development Block Grant Program.
A resolution to designate an environmental service provider for Hurricane Ike disaster recovery projects funded through the block grant program was withdrawn.
The city council discussed, but took no action regarding the status of Texas Community Development Block Grants and related projects.
The city council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance repealing provisions of the city code that established school zone speed limits at Bayshore Elementary. The school is no longer operating, and no longer requires school zone speed limits. Ordinance
The city council discussed, but took no action regarding the city's appeal of the Railroad Commission's order in a case regarding CenterPoint's cost of service adjustment tariff for providing natural gas utilities.
The city council took no action regarding the minutes of the January 11 city council meeting.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Council Member Dana Woodruff was absent. Agenda