Sugar Land City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to authorize the issuance of approximately $21.7 million in combination tax and revenue bonds to fund various projects in the city's capital improvement program for FY2017.
The projects include $5,683,547 for the first phase of reconstruction of Williams Trace from Austin Parkway to State Highway 6, and $5,675,000 for the Covington Woods Drainage Trunkline Project, among others.
The city council voted to award a $459,000 contract to M. K. Painting, Inc. for the rehabilitation of the First Colony Ground Storage Tank.
The city council voted to authorize a two-year extension of a conditional use permit for Trent Internationale to expand a secondary school and gymnasium in conjunction with an existing elementary and secondary school located at 2553 Cordes Drive.
All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with all members present. Agenda