Skip Navigation Links
Front Page
About GNSExpand About GNS
Business/Industry
CommunitiesExpand Communities
EducationExpand Education
Entertainment
Links Directory
Maritime
Medicine & Science
Opinion/ForumExpand Opinion/Forum
Public Safety
Transportation
Weather


Brazoria County
Pearland City Council
by Garrett Bryce
Friday, September 01, 2017

Pearland City Council on Thursday voted unanimously to authorize the extension of a disaster declaration in response to Hurricane Harvey beyond the initial 7 days for which the declaration was issued.

The city council voted unanimously to adopt an ordinance, on first and final reading, imposing regulations on the installation and maintenance of wireless network nodes in the city’s public rights-of-way.

Recent state legislation, Senate Bill 1004, which takes effect today, allows wireless providers to access rights-of-way for installation of such network nodes. The ordinance allows the city to impose a $250-500 permit fee per node, and an annual use fee of $28 per node for transport facilities; $250-500 permit fees and $250 annual per node user fees for cell nodes; and permit fees of $1,000 and an annual use fee of $250 for new cell poles.

The city council postponed action regarding authorization of a $4,870,000 bond issue by Brazoria County Municipal Utility District No. 6.

The city council postponed action regarding a resolution awarding a unit supply contract to Maldonado Nursery and Landscaping, Inc. for landscape maintenance services.

The city council voted 6-1, with Woody Owens opposed, to approve, on first reading, an ordinance granting a Conditional Use Permit to allow a gasoline station in a General Business District at 3201 Pearland Parkway.

The city council postponed action regarding award of a contract for bank depository services to Wells Fargo Bank.

The city council postponed action regarding award of a construction contract to Harper Brothers Construction for the Independence Park Phase I Project.

The city council postponed action regarding the final reading of an ordinance rezoning approximately 18 acres of property at 1916 North Main Street from a Light industrial District to a Planned Development District.

The city council voted unanimously to reject all bids for construction services associated with Fire Station No. 1.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda




BayTran
Remembering Jim Guidry


Guidry News Service is headquartered in Midtown Houston.
at 4001 Fannin Street, Suite 4109, Houston, TX. 77004-4077
(409) 763 NEWS(6397)         News@GuidryNews.com
© 1996, Guidry News Service. Duplication of any part of this website in any manner is prohibited.