The Village of Tiki Island Board of Aldermen on Tuesday voted unanimously to award a contract to Texas Marine Pile Driver to repair the Lokai canal bulkhead behind the Tiki Chapel at a proposed cost of $41,200.
The board voted unanimously to approve an ordinance adopting the 2012 International Building Code and the 2014 National Electric Code.
The board voted unanimously to adopt an ordinance amending the village's Zoning Ordinance regarding replat procedures.
The item was amended to remove verbiage concerning a requirement for a title company report showing “outstanding contractor liens filed against the property for unpaid bills for repairs or new improvements and any unpaid taxes.” Also removed was language stating that “any discrepancies found in the title report will be forwarded to the Board of Alderemen and may result in disapproval of the plat.”
The language left states that a title report showing the current property owner and recorded easements is required.
The board voted to table a proposal for building department software from iWorQ at an annual cost of $2,500, with a one-time set-up and conversion fee of $1,850 for an upfront cost of $4,350.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda
During the meeting, a resident addressed the board applauding Alderman Wayne Crozier's efforts in overseeing the construction of Tiki Drive from Bora Bora to Isles End.