Missouri City City Council on Monday voted unanimously to name appointments to several boards and commissions, which included appointments to the city’s Charter Review Commission.
The city appointed Eunice Reiter, Albert Glover, Scott Moseley, Robert, Burton and Joe Workman as members, and Buddy Jimerson as an alternate member.
Other appointments included:
Community Development Advisory Committee:
Eunice Reiter, Position 6
Jeffrey Boney, Position 7
Construction Board of Adjustment:
Bill Marshall, Position 1
Roger Morris, Position 2
Albert Glover, to an Alternate position
Robert Hodge, Position 2
Henderson J. Hunter, Jr., Position 2
Anthony Maroulis, Position 4
Sharman McGilbert, Position 6
Donald Ivory, Position 8
Don Johnson, Position 10
Planning and Zoning Commission:
Jeffrey Gaspar, Position 1
Ron Lee, Chairman, Position 2
Sonya Brown-Marshall, Position 3
Len Goff, Jr., Position 4
Zoning Board of Adjustment:
Roger Morris, Position 4
Scott Moseley, Position 5
Cleotha Aldridge, Alternate
Sharon Jurica, Alternate
TIRZ Board No. 1:
Eunice Reiter, Position 2
Liz Lyles, Position 4
James Pirtle, Position 6
TIRZ Board No. 2:
Thomas E. Altenbern, Position 2
John Hubenak, Position 4
The city council voted to award a $550,713 contract to Conrad Construction for the realignment of Thompson Ferry Road.
The realignment would connect Thompson Ferry Road to Oilfield Road at Paradise River to relieve traffic concerns in the area.
“In reviewing and analyzing what would be the best solution in resolving the traffic concerns, the city is proposing to realign Thompson Ferry Road so that it is in line with the Paradise River intersection, moving it further north and providing for a more ‘sensible’ spacing between the two roadway intersections slated for the installation of traffic signals,” Public Works Director Scott Elmer said.
The city council voted to amend the fee schedule for parks and recreation services to allow for room rental fees for the new recreation and tennis center.
The amendment adds fees of $125 per hour for rental of the full gymnasium, $150 for the first two hours of a single room, with a $50 per additional hour fee, and $300 for the first two hours for rental of a double room, with a $100 fee per additional hour.
The city council voted to award a $28,957 contract to Glennlock Construction Group, LLC for the construction of a pavilion in Hunter’s Trail Park.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with Council Member Bobby Marshall absent. Agenda