The city will consider the following agenda items at the Houston City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 15, 2020, which will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams starting at 2:00 PM. Public comment will be allowed Tuesday, December 15, 2020 by teleconference. Topics discussed in this meeting include Sewer Service Improvements, purchases for Houston Public Works, the abandonment of easements, among other topics.
- Agenda Item 10 is a recommendation from the Director of Houston Public Works for approval of the final contract amount of $3,338,944 and acceptance of work on contract with E.P. Brady, LTD, for Sewer Service Improvements Magnolia Point Unserved Areas Package 2 – Plantation Hills Sanitary Sewer Improvements.
- Agenda Item 18 is regarding the purchase of Check Valves for Houston Public Works from Decoulant, INC, at a cost of $28,500.
- Agenda Item 20 is an ordinance Amending Article IV of Chapter 44 of the Code of Ordinances, Houston, Texas, relating to Tax Abatement and Fees, concerning Green Stormwater Infrastructure and LEED Projects. This item was subject to a public hearing on December 8, 2020.
- Agenda Item 45 is an ordinance finding and determining that public convenience and necessity no longer require the continued use of a 10-foot-wide sanitary sewer easement and two 10-foot-wide prescriptive sanitary sewer easements, out of Restricted Reserve “D”, Block 1, of Town and Country Town Center Subdivision and out of Restricted Reserve “A”, Black 1, of Town and Country Town Village East Subdivision, all located out of the George Bellows Survey Abstract No. 3, Harris County Texas; abandoning the easements to TC BLVD Partners, II, LLC and Town and Country Town Partnership in consideration of their payment to the City in the amount of $294,143, and other good and valuable consideration.
- Agenda Item 46 is an ordinance amending Ordinance Number 2019-670 to include the acquisition of one additional parcel for the Garden Oaks and Shepherd Park (West) and (East) Drainage and Paving Project and further finding and determining public convenience and necessity for the acquisition of such parcel by gift, dedication, purchase and if necessary the use of eminent domain.