Port Arthur City Council on Tuesday voted 6-1, with Morris Albright, III opposed, to adopt the Procter Street Master Plan as designed by Labiche Architectural Group for the Downtown Renaissance District Board.
The master plan lays out $5,500,000 in infrastructure renovation and landscaping of downtown Port Arthur along Procter Street from Lake Chales Avenue to Houston Avenue.
The city council voted 6-1, with Albright opposed, to authorize advertising a request for qualifications for a civil engineering firm to design the infrastructure improvements for the business district area of the Procter Street Master Plan.
The city council voted unanimously to appoint Wayne Drake, Jr., Sara Ochoa, and Kiara Baker to the Youth Advisory Council.
The city council voted unanimously to appoint Christy Deroune and Anna Francis to the Beautification Commission.
The city council voted unanimously to appoint Jacqueline Boyden and B.J. Andrews to the Downtown Renaissance District Board of Directors.
The city council voted unanimously to table action on the appointment of members to the Zoning Board of Adjustment and Appeals.
The city council voted unanimously to reappoint Alma LeFleur-LeBlanc to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The city council voted unanimously to approve, as amended, an ordinance to add regulations for the proper disposal of tires and the registration of certain tire businesses and tire haulers.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote of those present at the time of the vote. Mayor Deloris “Bobbie” Prince was absent. Mayor Pro Tem Willie “Bae” Lewis, Jr. presided over the meeting. Agenda