Brazoria County Commissioners Court on Wednesday voted unanimously to canvass the results of the November 8 election.
Voters cast ballots on several state constitutional amendments and various local races during the election.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to award a $32,000 contract to L. Mobley Concrete Construction of Houston for concrete work to replace various sidewalks.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to award a bid to Statewide Traffic Signal Company of Houston for traffic signalization at County Road 48 and Palm Desert/Rio Lindo Drive.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to cancel bids for a boardwalk and dune walkover. The item was canceled due to revised specifications for the project, which will be re-bid.
Award of a contract for a telecommunication audit was pulled from the agenda. No action was taken on the item.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. County Judge Joe King was absent. Commissioner Dude Payne presided over the meeting. Agenda
During the meeting, the commissioners court issued a proclamation designated November 17 as Earline Butler Day. Butler, who is retiring, had served in various positions during her 33-year tenure with the county's Precinct 3 office. Proclamation