Watch: Deer Park City Council August 17th

First, a petition for annexation has been submitted to the city for a new housing development. Secondly, the council will be considering banning marijuana-related businesses. Last was regarding preservation costs for city hall and roads that are higher than expected.

Watch the video at the bottom or click a link to view a portion of the meeting that interests you. 

Key Points

  • 00:00 – Call to Order & Roll Call
  • 00:30 – Moment of Silence & Pledge of Allegiance
  • 01:35 – Approval of Agenda & Meeting Minutes
  • 02:05 – New Business – Unnamed Park Deeded To City
  • 04:35 – New Business – Change Order Dalton Well
  • 06:10 – New Business – Change Order 6th Reservoir 
  • 07:25 – New Business – Pavement Preservation Bid Award
  • 09:35 – Consent Agenda
  • 10:15 – Report of Departments
  • 29:00 – Report of Officers
  • 34:50 – Comments from the Audience
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