Seabrook City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to place referendums on the November 6 ballot for the proposed issuance of general obligation bonds, as well as water and sewer revenue bonds, but to delay issuance of the general obligation bonds, if approved by voters.
The general obligation bonds, which would be repaid through property tax revenues, is being considered for funding the construction of a new public safety facility, with an estimated bond issuance of $6 million. The water and sewer revenue bonds would fund various water and sewer infrastructure projects, such as pipe rehabilitation, and the relocation of an underground storage tank. Voters would decide on the bonds while voting in November’s general election.
The city council took no formal action, but referred possible changes to the Public Safety Committee Resolution to the Public Safety Committee for recommendations.
The city council voted unanimously to approve, on first reading, an amendment to the city’s noise ordinance.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda