Nassau Bay City Council on Monday voted unanimously to continue the city’s participation in the Gulf Coast Coalition of Cities and authorizing a payment of $0.15 per capita to remain a member of the coalition.
The coalition provides representation of the cities in matters involving electric and natural gas utility service rates. Nassau Bay will pay a total of $675 through the $0.15 per capita assessment, which is based on population.
The city council voted unanimously to convey property from Reserve M of the Harbour Martinique Reserves to adjacent property owners. Several other portions of the reserve properties had been conveyed to adjacent property owners by previous council action. However, Reserve M was held by the city until repairs to bulkheads could be made.
The city council voted unanimously to reappoint Wayne Musial, Glenn Poche, Karen Hornby, Jerry Roth and Harv Hartman to the Board of Adjustment.
The city council, following an executive session, voted unanimously to appoint Harry Dollar and Bryce Klug to the Nassau Bay Economic Development Corporation. Dollar will serve two years, while Klug will fill a position for a one-year term before being considered for reappointment.
The city council, by general consensus, scheduled a joint workshop meeting with the Planning Commission to take place on September 10, prior to the city council’s regular meeting on that date. The workshop will be held to discuss amendments to the Zoning Ordinance.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Council Member David Braun was absent. Agenda