Beaumont City Council today voted unanimously to amend the city’s Code of Ordinances regarding regulation of mobile food units.
“These amendments will allow a mobile food unit operated by a city-permittee under the supervision of a certified food manager to forego the additional food sales permit, require that wastewater tanks be emptied every 48 hours, and remove the requirement related to the proximity to a commercial restroom,” City Manager Kyle Hayes said. “The proposed amendments will allow locally permitted food establishments to offer the public a wider variety of food service options."
The city council voted to amend the city’s lease with Jacquelyn Cake for the EMS Med 1 location.
The city leases space at 2510 North 11th Street for the EMS facility. Cake, landlord of the property, has formed Doxey-Pleasant Properties, LLC, a company that will manage the lease. The amendment will reflect the changes to the company and its billing address for payment.
The city council voted to grant a pipeline license agreement to Enterprise Pipeline, LLC to install a 20-inch ethane pipeline, which will cross various waterline easements in the city.
The license agreement includes a one-time fee of $500 and an annual fee of $2.25 per linear foot of pipeline.
The city council voted to grant a utility crossing agreement to Enterprise Pipeline, LLC for the same pipeline. The crossing agreement includes similar fees to the pipeline license.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with all members present. Agenda