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Galveston County
Clear Lake Shores City Council
by Garrett Bryce
Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Clear Lake Shores City Council, in a special meeting and budget workshop on Tuesday, voted to waive fees for permits to do repair work on existing structures that flooded during Hurricane Harvey.

The fee waiver will be in effect for 180 days.

The city council voted to waive restrictions on residing in a travel trailer at residences where restoration work following the storm is taking place.

The city council voted to award a contract to True North Emergency Management, a subsidiary of Neel-Schafer, for debris monitoring services.

The city council voted to authorize repair work on the Okies Yardhouse building, in an amount not to exceed $20,700.

The city council discussed, but took no action regarding filing a request to the Galveston County Appraisal District to re-appraise residential properties in the city.

No other action items were on the agenda. Agenda

The city council held a workshop regarding the city’s FY2018 Budget. The city council is anticipated to take action on adoption of the budget at its September 19 meeting, according to City Administrator George Jones.




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