Seabrook City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to appoint Mike Giangrosso as mayor pro tem until or before the first meeting of June.
Giangrosso will fill the vacancy left by O.J. Miller, who had served as mayor pro tem until he resigned from his position on city council.
The city council voted to adopt a resolution finding that CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC's application for a rate increase for its distribution cost recovery factor should be denied.
CenterPoint has filed for an increase in revenues totaling $89,560,854 for its electricity service.
The Gulf Coast Coalition of Cities, a coalition of several cities, including Seabrook, has reviewed the increase and recommended members deny the filing.
The city council voted to approve, on first reading, the designation of an economic development project for Merloaded, LLC/Merlyon Restaurant Group Incorporated for the Merlion Thai Restaurant and Lounge on 4th.
The Seabrook Economic Development Corporation will provide $73,252 to provide assistance for the construction of a new restaurant.
The city council voted to accept an $8,400 proposal by Cahoon Consulting for an assessment of the city's Community Rating System.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with Council Member Robert Llorente absent. Agenda