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Fort Bend County
Fort Bend County Commissioners Court
by Garrett Bryce w/photos courtesy Fort Bend County
Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Fort Bend County Commissioners Court today voted unanimously to adopt a resolution in support of Animal Services.

County Judge Robert Hebert read the resolution into the record, which stated the continued support of clients of Animal Services and the residents of Fort Bend County “and by continuing to build the partnerships and teamwork necessary to attain the goal of No-Kill status.” Listen (2:09) Resolution

The commissioners court voted unanimously to adopt an order establishing and organizing Fort Bend County Assistance District No. 12.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to deny a request by Cecilia Aguinaga-Romo, on behalf of Cecy's Clipper Cuts and Hairstyling, to waive penalty, interest and collection fees totaling $966.12 on property taxes for the 2017 Tax Year.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to deny a request by Lior Mizrahi, on behalf of YL Group, LLC to waive penalty, interest and collection fees totaling $763.12 on property taxes for Tax Year 2017.

The commissioners Court voted unanimously to deny a request by Nuzhat Tabani and Shifa Allana to waive penalty, interest and collection fees totaling $7,035.52 on property taxes for Tax Years 2015 and 2016.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to deny a request by Mongqin Duan to waive penalty and interest totaling $45.42 on property taxes for Tax Year 2017.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to approve a request to transfer $1.25 million from the FY2017 Commissioners Court Projects Fund into Parks for the purpose of purchasing land adjacent to Daily Park.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to grant a request for a junkyard and automotive wrecking and salvage yard license for Bellaire Auto Service located at 15419 West Bellfort Boulevard in Sugar Land, Texas.

Commissioner Jerry Patterson made the motion, noting that the business had “met all the requirements that we have in our power to enforce.”

A public hearing was held prior to consideration of the item, with two residents near the proposed salvage yard speaking in opposition to the item. A third speaker spoke in favor of the item. Listen (8:21)

The commissioners court voted unanimously to authorize the county attorney to incur litigation costs in an amount not to exceed $2,000 in connection with Fort Bend County, Texas vs. Brian Christen, et al, regarding Parcel 18 for the Katy-Flewellen Mobility Bond Project, as discussed in closed session.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda





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