Seabrook City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve an addendum to an agreement with Food & Vine Time Productions for production services related to the 2017 Celebration Seabrook event.
The event takes place in November. The addendum extends the agreement for a third and final term.
The city council voted to approve an expenditure in an amount not to exceed $67,333 for the purchase of hardware for electric doors for the new Public Works and Animal Control Complex. The purchase will be through Datavox.
The city council voted to accept a proposal from Cobb Fendley for engineering services for the second phase of the Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades Project, for a total amount of $138,000.
The city council voted to accept the annual Racial Profiling Report. Report
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with Council Member Mike Giangross absent. Agenda