Nassau Bay City Council on Monday voted unanimously to name the city’s future city hall as the Donald C. Matter Municipal Building, in honor of Mayor Matter, who handed over the gavel at his final meeting.
Matter was presented a bronze plaque, which will be placed on the new municipal building once it is complete. His family was on hand for a reception honoring him. The Nassau Bay Nauticat Swim Team also presented gifts to Matter.
Incoming Mayor Mark Denman, who was unopposed for election to the position in May, as well as incumbent council members Sandra Mossman, Brad Bailey and Bob Warters were administered their oaths of office by City Attorney Dick Gregg.
The city council voted to re-elect Ron Swofford as mayor pro tem.
The city council voted to adopt a resolution to cooperate with the Gulf Coast Coalition of Cities for a review of CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric’s request to adjust its energy efficiency cost recovery factor. The adjustment could impact residential electric bills.
The city council voted to approve, on final reading, a mandatory crime reduction program for apartment complexes within the city. The ordinance will take effect on June 14.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with all members present. Agenda