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Seabrook City Council
by Garrett Bryce
Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Seabrook City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to award an $84,848 to Environmental Improvements, Inc. for the Red Bluff and Todville Water Meter and Valve Vault Repairs.

The work may be eligible for reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The city council voted unanimously to award a $66,420 contract to Crawley Shoreline Construction, Inc. for the Pine Gully Pier Repairs Project. The work may also be eligible for reimbursement from FEMA.

The city council voted unanimously to readopt the city's curfew ordinance for minors.

The city council voted approve a funding agreement with the Seabrook Economic Development Corporation for the acquisition and funding of real property for economic development of “Old Seabrook.”

The city council voted unanimously to authorize the acquisition of property at 1209 Main Street for the further development of Old Seabrook.

The city council voted 5-0-1, with Robert Llorente abstaining, to approve items on the action items checklist.

The city council met in executive session to discuss the purchase, lease, or exchange of real property. No action was taken on the item.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Council Member Glenna Adovasio was absent, and Council Member Robert Llorente arrived late in the meeting. Agenda

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