Fort Bend County Commissioners Court on Tuesday voted unanimously to ratify the county’s application to the Texas Water Development Board for the second phase of a drainage study of the Gapps Bayou (Slough) Watershed Project, and to approve a $42,000 grant agreement with the TWDB for the project. The county will provide a cash match of $42,000 for a total cost of $84,000 for the study.
The commissioners court voted to approve an interlocal project agreement with Lamar Consolidated Independent School District to provide playground equipment, fencing and a covered area for use by the Head Start Program at the Juan Seguin Early Childhood Center.
The commissioners court voted to reappoint Jefferey Anderson, Herb Krog and David Shaw to the Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District No. 14 Board of Directors.
County Judge Joe King announced that the county is seeking input on the guidelines for its Subregional Disaster Recovery Housing Program which will serve Austin, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Matagorda, Walker, and Waller counties.
“Written and oral comments regarding the Housing Program Guidelines will be taken at four public hearings,” according to the public notice. Notice
All other agenda items were approved with all members present. Agenda