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Brazoria County
Pearland City Council
by Garrett Bryce
Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Pearland City Council on Monday voted unanimously to approve an advanced funding agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation related to the Mykawa Road Project.

Through the agreement, TxDOT is reimbursing the city 80 percent of the costs associated with construction of the project. The city's share of the project totals $8,587,000, with a federal funding share of $34,348,000 and a state share of $217,557, bringing the total project cost to $43,152,557.

The project includes expansion of Mykawa Road between Beltway 8 and FM 518 to widen the existing two-lane asphalt roadway into a four-lane concrete curb and gutter boulevard.

The city council voted unanimously to authorize a task order with Cobb Fendley & Associates, in the amount of $71,147, to perform project management services associated with the Hughes Ranch Road Waterline Project.

The city council voted unanimously to authorize a task order with Cobb Fendley to perform project management services in the amount of $100,623 associated with the Max Road Project.

The city council voted 4-1, with Keith Ordeneaux opposed, to approve, on first reading, a request to rezone approximately 356 acres of property from a Single-Family Estate District to a Planned Development District for the development of the Massey Oaks subdivision.

The property is located south of County Road 100/McKeever/Massey Ranch Road at the intersection with Harkey Road.

The city council postponed action regarding approval of windstorm insurance through AmRisc Carriers and Lloyds of London in the amount of $531,877. The item will be considered at the May 22 council meeting.

The city council voted 4-0, with Derrick Reed not present, to instruct the city's legal department to proceed as discussed in closed session regarding economic development negotiations.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Council Member Greg Hill was absent. Agenda




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