Nassau Bay City Council on Monday voted unanimously to establish rules for the declaration of surplus or salvage property and authorized the city manager to use any disposal method deemed appropriate for such property.
The city council voted unanimously to consent to an encroachment onto the city’s right-of-way for a building identification sign at 18050 Saturn Lane. The item was requested by Griffin Partners.
The city council voted 5-0-1, with David Braun abstaining, to approve various actions taken by the Nassau Bay Economic Development Corporation.
Braun abstained from voting due to one of the items being a reimbursement to the city from the Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, where Braun is employed.
The city council voted unanimously to approve the final reading of an ordinance renewing the city’s juvenile curfew.
The city council, while taking no formal vote, approved the first reading of an ordinance amending the city's Hotel Occupancy Tax regulations to incorporate changes enacted by the 82nd Texas State Legislature. A second reading will be required before the item is approved.
The city council met in executive session to discuss the acquisition of real property for the new city hall. No action was taken on the item.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Mayor Don Matter was absent. Mayor Pro Tem Ron Swofford presided over the meeting. Agenda