Beaumont City Council today voted unanimously to adopt a resolution in support of the passage of legislation for the creation of a municipal management district within the city.
New Quest Properties is interested in creating a management district for the purpose of developing a multi-use development on approximately 364 acres of land bordered on the north by Delaware Street and on the east by Dowlen Road, and on the south by Gladys Avenue. Legislation is required for the district to be created.
The city council voted to authorize a settlement in the claim of Gregory Gallow. The city will pay $30,000 to settle the claim.
The city council voted to authorize a settlement in the matter of Vanessa Coleman, et al vs. City of Beaumont, Beaumont Water District. The city will pay $77,000 to settle the lawsuit.
The city council voted to rezone property at 5140 Wall Street from a Neighborhood Commercial District to a General Commercial-Multiple Family Dwelling District.
The city council voted to award a contract to Fleetcor Technologies Operating Company, doing business as Fuelman, to supply fuel at automated city-owned fuel sites.
The city council voted to award a contract to Tri-Con to supply fuel at non-automated fuel sites.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with Council Member Audwin Samuel absent. Agenda