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Galveston County
League City City Council
by Garrett Bryce w/photos courtesy League City
Wednesday, February 13, 2019

League City City Council on Tuesday voted 6-0-1, with Andy Mann abstaining, to adopt a resolution denying the ratification of the sale and issuance of $4,720,000 in bonds by Galveston County Municipal Utility District No. 6, as discussed in closed session.

The city council voted 6-0-1, with Mann abstaining, to adopt a resolution denying consent of the sale and issuance of $3,670,000 in bonds by Galveston County MUD No. 6, as discussed in closed session.

The city council voted unanimously to approve a service and assessment plan and levying an assessment for and on behalf of League City Public Improvement District No. 1, Section 5B and the remaining commercial property tracts.

The assessments were the last remaining levy for the residential tracts and remaining commercial tracts in the district. The residential properties will be assessed at a rate of $2.28 per square foot over a 15-year period beginning January 31, 2021. The commercial properties include an undeveloped section of approximately 11.4 acres, which will be assessed a total of $346,759 over a 15-year period when developed. A second section, which includes Children's Lighthouse, will be assised a total of $56,182 over a 15-year period.

Council Member Larry Millican applauded the work done on finalizing the agreements for the assessments. Listen (4:25)

The city council voted unanimously to approve the item on first and final reading.

The city council voted unanimously to award a $1,050,418 construction contract to Conrad Construction Co., LTD for the Downtown Revitalization Plan – Park Avenue Reconstruction Project.

The city council voted unanimously to reappoint Rusty Vidrine to the Southeast Texas Housing Finance Corporation Board of Directors.

The city council took no action resulting from closed session discussions regarding an offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect that seeks to locate, stay or expand within the city.

The city council took no action resulting from closed session discussions regarding pending litigation involving Galveston County Municipal Utility District NO. 6.

The city council voted unanimously to direct the city manager to proceed as discussed regarding the acquisition of property as discussed in closed session.

The city council voted unanimously to authorize staff to proceed with finalizing negotiations and to approve the offer to sell and purchase agreement for the 0.2431 acre waterline easement along FM 646 and the 0.1179 acre waterline easement along FM 646, as discussed in closed session.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. Council Member Toddy Kinsey was absent. Agenda





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