Brown-Hufsmith Road re-named Brown Road
Minutes from the June 4 meeting of the Tomball City Council have been released.
Following the call-to-order, invocation and Pledge of Allegiance, public comment from Chad Degges was heard. He expressed his wish to serve on the Tomball Economic Development Corporation.
Reports and announcements on upcoming celebrations, including the city's Independence Day event, were made.
Old business discussed included a motion to adopt an ordinance to the city that changes the zoning district classification of approximately 1.36 acres of land known as Meadow Lark Hill from a duplex residential district to commercial district. The motion carried with four votes to one.
In new business, a nomination was made to appoint Christine Roquemore to the unexpired term of Brad Hallmark, who resigned. Vincent O'Donnell, William Sumner, Richard Bruce and Lori Klein Quinn also accepted reappointments to their positions on the Tomball Economic Development Board, following a vote of four to one. The terms will expire May 31, 2014. Chad Degges was approved to fill the vacant position, with a term that expires May 31, 2013.
The council also passed a motion to approve the Tomball Economic Development Corporation 2012-13 strategic work plan.
A motion was unanimously carried to approve a resolution supporting the fourth annual 5K Tomball Dash on Saturday, Nov. 10, hosted by Woodforest National Bank and held in Tomball.
To end the meeting, a motion was made to adopt an ordinance that calls for the renaming of a portion of Brown-Hufsmith Road to Brown Road. The motion passed and notice will be given to the utility companies and United States Postal Service.
To read the entire meeting minutes, visit ci.tomball.tx.us/mayor-council/minutes.html.
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