Brazoria County Commissioners Court on Tuesday voted unanimously to grant a tax abatement for Saber Power Services, LLC.
The seven –year abatement agreement will provide an abatement of 100 percent of taxes for eligible properties. The company, which provides electrical shop and field services to industrial, commercial and utility customers, is planning a $2,500,000 capital improvement project.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to authorize the Brazoria County Environmental Health Department to solicit quotes for the immediate removal of bees posing a public health emergency and public nuisance at 6900 FM 524 in Sweeny, Texas.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to approve an agreement with SERS Construction, Inc. for the use of property by the company as a construction field office and storage of material during the construction of County Road 220.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to renew agreements with Gulf Coast Paper and K&L Supply, Inc. for the second year of a three-year contract for food service products.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to apply for assistance through the Texas General Land Office for cleaning and maintaining public beaches.
The county is seeking $166,600 in assistance in cleaning 56,942 linear feet of beach during FY2013. The total cost of cleaning and maintaining the beaches is estimated at $249,900.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to extend the Salvation Army Rehab Project, which is funded through the Community Development Block Grant Program, until December 31. A public hearing was held prior to approval of the extension.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to move forward as discuss in executive session regarding litigation concerning Gulf Stream.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to proceed as discussed in executive session concerning condemnation of property at County Road 58.
The commissioners court voted unanimously to proceed as discussed in executive session regarding the Lead Court Clerk position.
The commissioners court also held closed meeting discussion of litigation involving MERSCORP, Inc., and to discuss the airport lease agreement. No action was taken regarding the items.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda