Houston City Council Agenda – September 22, 2020

The city will consider the following agenda items at the Houston City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 22, 2020, and will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams at 1:30 PM. Public comment will be allowed Tuesday, September 22, 2020 by teleconference. The agenda includes items related to funding for emergency lime tank cleaning and repair, design and construction of new trails along Buffalo Bayou that were damaged by Hurricane Harvey, water meter replacement for Houston Public Works, funding for Lake Houston redevelopment, several expansions of Municipal Utility Districts, awarding the contract for the installation of new energy optimization tools and other improvements at the East Water Purification Plant, among other topics.

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Houston City Council Agenda – August 18, 2020

The City will consider the following agenda items at the Houston City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, August 18, 2020, and will be hosted virtually via Microsoft Teams at 1:40 PM. In addition, public comment will be allowed on Tuesday, August 18, 2020, via teleconference at (936) 755-1521. The agenda includes items related to contracts regarding Wastewater Collection and Sewer Systems, funding or services via Hurricane Harvey Disaster Services Recovery, Flood Mitigation Projects, guide plan for Richfield Ranch Management District creation, Brays Bayou Flood Damage Reduction Plan, and others. 

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Houston City Council Agenda – March 03, 2020

The City will consider the following agenda items at the Houston City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 03, 2020, in the City Hall Chamber at 1:30 PM (public comment) and at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, March 04, 2019. The agenda includes items related budgets for projects on Lake Houston Facilities ($5.2 million), Luce Bayou System ($2.5 million), Trinity River Water Conveyance Project ($21.6 million); an agreement with Gulf Coast Water Authority; the acquisition of land for well sites and Re-pump stations; and reconstruction for local water purification plant and facilities improvement project. The Council will also select a representative to serve on the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority of Harris County.

Agenda Item 5 is a recommendation from the Director of Houston Public Works for approval of the 2020 Operations and Maintenance Budget for the Lake Houston Facilities Project operated by the Coastal Water Authority in the amount of $5,196,900.000.

Agenda Item 6 is a recommendation from the Director of Houston Public Works for approval of the 2020 Operations and Maintenance Budget for the Luce Bayou System Project operated by the Coastal Water Authority in the amount of $2,479,000.00. 

Agenda Item 7 is a recommendation from the Director of Houston Public Works for approval of the 2020 Operations and Maintenance Budget for the Trinity River Water Conveyance Project in the amount of $21, 594, 600.00.

Agenda Item 8 is a recommendation from the Director of Houston Public Works for approval of the 2020 Operations and Maintenance Budget for the Lake Livingston Project operated by the Trinity River Authority in the amount of $4,763, 498.00.

Agenda Item 20 is an ordinance establishing a special minimum building line block pursuant to Chapter 42 of Code of Ordinance at 1500 block of Olvid street, North and South sides.   

Agenda Item 21 is an ordinance establishing a special minimum lot size block pursuant to Chapter 42 of Code of Ordinance at 1500 block of Olvid street, North and South sides.

Agenda Item 22 is an ordinance editing and renewing the establishment of the special minimum building line requirement block pursuant to the Code of Ordinance at 1600 block of Cherryhurst Street, Southside. 

Agenda Item 23 is an ordinance consenting to the addition of 26.1628 acres of land to Harris County Municipal Utility District NO. 44.   

Agenda Item 24 is an ordinance approving and authorizing an Utility Functions and Services Allocation agreement between the City and Harris County Municipal Utility District NO. 158.

Agenda Item 25 is an ordinance approving and authorizing an Untreated Water Reservation Contract between the City and the Gulf Coast Water Authority for the construction and operation of the Southeast Water Purification Plant. 

Agenda Item 26 is an ordinance for the public project known as the Facilities Improvements at Various Well Sites and Re-Pump Stations for the acquisitions of parcels. 

Agenda Item 27 is to select and confirm nominations for Position Two of the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority of Harris County for a two-year term. Nominees include Cheryl Creuzot, Theldon Branch, Graciela “Gracie” Saenz, and Bridgette Murray.