Kemah City Council on Thursday voted 4-1, with Wayne Rast opposed, to approve a proposal for dance classes in Kemah.
The city will fund the cost of the classes, which will be for youth, and taught by Elite Dance Academy of League City.
The city council voted unanimously to approve a request for speed humps on West 6th Street.
The city council voted unanimously to waive fees for the use of the Kemah Community Center for the Clear Falls Baseball Year-End Banquet on May 23.
The city council took no action regarding the city's web site.
The city council took no action regarding a proposal for a Recreational Vehicle Park on Melba Lane and requests for variances to allow the park.
The city council took no action regarding a proposed ordinance regulating RV parks within the city limits.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda
During the meeting, the city council presented a proclamation recognizing Council Member Kelly Williams, on her last meeting as a council member. Williams did not file for re-election in the May 12 elections. She has served on city council for 11 years. Proclamation
Terri Gale and Rhonda Treviño are on the ballot to take Williams' seat on council in the election.