Seabrook City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to authorize the renewal of an agreement between the Seabrook Economic Development Corporation and the Economic Alliance Houston Port Region.
The renewal is under the same terms as the previous agreement. Under the agreement, Seabrook’s economic development corporation will pay the Economic Alliance $100,000 for various economic development services, such as including Seabrook in promotional programs and marketing materials such as the alliance’s web site. Seabrook also holds one voting membership position on the alliance’s board.
The city council voted to renew a staffing services agreement with the Seabrook Economic Development Corporation.
The corporation will utilize city staff for accounting and financial services, administration services, administrative and secretarial support, marking services and for the director of economic development.
The economic development corporation will reimburse the city $125,000 for the services of city staff.
The city council voted to accept the traffic engineer’s recommendations as listed in a traffic study of Lakeside Drive regarding stop signs along Lakeside Drive. The traffic engineer had recommended retaining stop signs in the area as they currently exist.
In a separate motion, the council voted to request the traffic engineer study moving the school zone along Lakeside Drive to the traffic circle at Lakeside and Repsdorph, and if the engineer concurs, to direct the city attorney to draft an ordinance to make the change.
The city council voted to approve, on first reading, an ordinance adding the use of “Tattoo Parlor” to the city’s comprehensive land use matrix and parking matrix.
The city council voted to approve, on first reading, adding tobacco related uses to the land matrix and parking matrix.
Public hearings were held on both changes prior to consideration by the city council.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with council members Don Holbrook and Michael Giangrosso absent. Agenda