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Fort Bend County
Sugar Land City Council
News Release
Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Sugar Land City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to adopt a resolution adding to a list of projects to submit to Fort Bend County for a potential mobility bond election in November.

The additional projects include:

  • Construction of Owens Road from US 90A to the city limits
  • Constructing one additional lane each direction forUniversity Boulevard from Telfair to New Territory Boulevard and Lexington Boulevard
  • Reconstruction of Williams Trace Boulevard with added capacity at intersections for Williams Trace Boulevard from Lexington to State Highway 6
  • Addition of an adaptive traffic signal at US 90A at U.S. 59/Interstate Highway 69 to Harlem Road
  • Reconstruction and widening of Ransom Road from State Highway 99 west 2,000 feet to Levee
  • Reconstruction of the intersection of Industrial Boulevard at Reed Road

The city council voted 4-1, with Mayor Joe Zimmerman opposed, to award a $410,000 contract to Olameter Corporation for meter reading services.

The city council voted unanimously to approve, on first reading, an ordinance ensuring the protection, preservation and accessibility of the Plaza adjacent to the Smart Financial Centre.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Council members Amy Mitchell and Steve Porter were absent. Agenda

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