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Seabrook City Council
by Garrett Bryce
Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Seabrook City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to order a special election for July 29 to fill the vacancy for Council Position 6.

O.J. Miller, the incumbent council member in the seat, resigned from the city council. His position was on the May 6 election ballot. However, he had filed for re-election and was unopposed.

A runoff election is scheduled for September 9, if needed.

The city council voted to approve, on first reading, an ordinance renaming 7th Street to Blue Dolphin Drive.

The request had been made by Blue Dolphin Yachting Center, Inc. for the portion of 7th Street from NASA Parkway to Lidstone.

The city council voted to approve, on first and final reading, an ordinance issuing General Obligation Refunding Bonds in an amount not to exceed $5.4 million to refinance previous debt at a lower interest rate.

All items were approved. All votes were unanimous with all members present. Agenda

During a special meeting, the city council voted unanimously to adopt a resolution canvassing the results of the May 6 election.

Newly elected Mayor Thom Kolupski and newly-elected Council Member for Position 4 Natalie Picha, as well as incumbent Council Member for Position 2, Laura Davis, took their oath of office for their terms on council.

During the special meeting, the council recognized outgoing Mayor Glenn Royal and Council Member Melissa Botkin for their service. Agenda

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