NOTICE OF MEETING
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GALVESTON
THURSDAY - OCTOBER 28, 2021 - 5:00 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL
823 ROSENBERG, GALVESTON, TEXAS
TELEPHONE: (409) 797-3510

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 REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

1.

DECLARATION OF A QUORUM AND CALL MEETING TO ORDER

2.

ROLL CALL

3.

INVOCATION

The Rev. Jimmy Abbott, Rector - Trinity Episcopal Church

4.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

American Flag

Texas Flag - Honor the Texas Flag.  I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state, under God, one, and indivisible.

5.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

6.

PRESENTATIONS/REPORTS OF COUNCIL, OFFICER BOARDS, AND CITY MANAGER

6.A.

Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.0415, the City Council may report on any of the following items:

1. Expressions of thanks, gratitude, and condolences 

2. Information regarding holiday schedules

3. Recognition of individuals

  1. Coastal Resources Manager Brandon Hill - appointment to the Board of the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association
  2. Assistant City Attorney Donna Fairweather - certification and continued Designation from the International Municipal Lawyers Association, as a Local Government Fellow.  This Designation is in Recognition of Demonstrated Excellence in the Field of Local Government Law.
  3. Port of Galveston Police Department - Texas Law Enforcement Best Practices Recognition Program Award
  4. Domestic Violence Awareness Month Proclamation
  5. Celebrate Community Proclamation
  6. National Adoption Day Proclamation
  7. Breast Cancer Awareness Month Proclamation

4. Reminders regarding City Council events

5. Reminders regarding community events

6. Health and safety announcement

6.B.

Planning Commission - 2021 Planning And Design Awards

6.C.

Present the investment report for quarter ended September 30, 2021 as part of the City Manager’s report. (M. Loftin)

7.

COMMUNICATIONS AND PETITIONS

Claims:  21-065 - Tony Hariri; 21-066 - Casey Peterson; 21-067 - Jeremy Giles; 21-068 - Marty's City Garage; 21-069 - Nayeli Molina; 21-070 - Lebrosius Scott; 21-071 - Henry Jasso; 21-072 - David Biggs; 21-073 - Joann Canada; 21-074 - James Garner; 21-075 - Frederick Ducote; Glen Corder - 21-076; Daisy Hance - 21-077; Gerardo Accuta - 21-078; Roger Amilcar Benavides - 21-079; Yomar Elliott - 21-080; Jaime and Laura Garza - 21-081; Jonathan Simpton - 21-082; Jeffery Toussant - 21-083; Samantha Russell - 21-084; Patrick McKone - 21-085.

8.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

8.A.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Changing The Zoning From Residential, Single-Family (R-1) Zoning District To Restricted Residential, Single Family (R-0) Zoning District On Various Properties As Provided In The Attached Map), In The City And County Of Galveston, Texas. Planning Case Number 21P-048; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject. (P. Milburn)

Documents:
  1. 21P-048 CC PKT.pdf
8.B.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Changing The Zoning From Residential, Single-Family (R-1) Zoning District To Restricted Residential, Single Family (R-0) Zoning District On Various Properties As Described Herein And Provided In The Attached Map And Which The Properties Are Legally Described As Hall And Jones Survey, Lots 1 – 30, Lots 21a – 29a, Reserve B1 & B2, Section 8, Pirates Cove Subdivision, In The City And County Of Galveston, Texas. Planning Case Number 21P-049; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject. (P. Milburn)

Documents:
  1. 21P-049 CC PKT.pdf
8.C.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Creating A Planned Unit Development (Pud) Overlay Zoning District In A Residential, Single-Family (R-1) Zoning District To Construct A Single-Family Residential Development On Property Commonly Known As 0 Marina Blvd., And Which Is Legally Described As Hall And Jones Survey, Portion Of Abandoned Right-Of-Way Marina Boulevard, South Portion Of Res B; Pirates Beach Section 1 (0-5), And Portions Of Lots 67, 70, And 77; Trimble And Lindsey Section 3; In The City And County Of Galveston, Texas; Planning Case Number 21p-051; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject; And Providing For An Effective Date. (A. Montalvan)

8.D.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Abandoning Property Adjacent To 628 93rd Street And Adjacent Property Is Legally Described As Lot 1, Block 9, Massa Unrecorded Subdivision; In The City And County Of Galveston, Texas; Planning Case Number 21P-040; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject(C. Gorman)

9.

PUBLIC COMMENT

A.  Agenda Items
B.  Non-Agenda Items
10.

ORDINANCES (NOT REQUIRING PUBLIC HEARINGS)

10.A.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Amending Chapter 32, "Streets, Sidewalks, And Public Places" Of The Code Of The City Of Galveston 1982, As Amended By Requiring City Of Galveston Approval Before Any Writing Or Drawing Can Be Done On Any Street, Sidewalk, Or Other Public Property; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject And Providing For An Effective Date. (Listowski/Brown)

10.B.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Amending Chapter 10, “Building Code” Of The Code Of The City Of Galveston, 1982, As Amended”, By Amending Article VIII, “City Of Galveston Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance”; Providing For An Effective Date; And Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject. (D. Ewald)

10.C.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Amending The Code Of The City Of Galveston, As Amended, Chapter 37, “Wrecker, Tow And Storage Facility”, By Amending Chapter 37, To Amend Regulations, Procedures, And/Or Definitions; And To Make Clarifications, Rename, Renumber And Rearrange The Chapter As Applicable; Providing For Penalities And Fees As Applicable; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject; Providing For An Effective Date. (B. Stroud)

10.D.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Amending Chapter 34, “Traffic”, Section 34-110, “Parking Totally Prohibited” Of “The Code Of The City Of Galveston 1982”, As Amended, By Adding Both Sides Of Cove View Blvd From Stewart Road To Fm 3005; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject; Providing For An Effective Date. (B. Stroud)

10.E.

Consider For Approval An Ordinance Of The City Of Galveston Approving The 2021-2022 Annual Service Plan Update To The Service And Assessment Plan And Assessment Roll For Public Improvements For The Bayside At Waterman’s Public Improvement District In Accordance With Chapter 372, Texas Local Government Code, As Amended; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject; And Providing For An Effective Date. (M. Hay)

11.

CONSENT ITEMS - The following items shall be considered for action as a whole, unless one or more Council Members objects. The City Manager is authorized to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney.

11.A.

Consider For Approval A Resolution of The City Council of The City of Galveston, Texas, permitting entities which received HOT Funds or the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 to spend their awarded funds beyond the end of the calendar year (M. Jadidi)

11.B.

Consider For Approval A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Galveston, Texas Approving The State Of Texas And Texas Political Subdivisions’ Opioid Abatement Fund Council And Settlement Allocation Term Sheet As Provided By The Office Of The Texas Attorney General, Approving The Settlement Participation Forms For Both Johnson & Johnson And The Distributors Promulgated By The Office Of The Texas Attorney General; Authorizing The City Manager To Execute Such Documents On Behalf Of The City Of Galveston Upon Approval Of The City Attorney; Making Various Findings And Provisions Related To The Subject And Providing For An Effective Date. (Legal)

11.C.

Consider for approval a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Galveston authorizing the inter-local agreement between the City of Galveston (COG) and the Galveston Independent School District (GISD) for emergency access to both organizations fueling sites in cases of emergencies and/or equipment failures. (D. Smith)

11.D.

Economic Development Grant Agreements between the Industrial Development Corporation and the Galveston Island Park Board of Trustees (M. Hay)

  1. Consider For Approval An Economic Development Grant Agreement Between Galveston Island Park Board Of Trustees And The Industrial Development Corporation Approving As A Project An Amendment And Update Of The Park Board’s Federal Beach And Dune Restoration Permits To Support Beach Restoration Along The Gulf Of Mexico.
  2. Consider For Approval An Economic Development Grant Agreement Between Galveston Island Park Board Of Trustees And The Industrial Development Corporation Of The City Of Galveston, Texas Approving As A Project: The Engineering And Design To Sustain An Eroding Beach On West Galveston Island Through The Extension Of The 8 Mile Road Project To 13 Mile Road Along The Gulf Of Mexico.
11.E.

Consider for approval the permitting of overnight camping in the areas of 19th to 25th and Seawall Blvd. from Thursday, November 3rd through Sunday, November 7, 2021, which will allow the Lone Star Rally vendors the availability to setup in the event venue. (D. Smith)

11.F.

Consider for the approval of the purchase of four (4) new John Deere Excavators with attachments for the Municipal Utilities Department to be purchased from Brookside Equipment Sales through Buy Board for a total price of $210,528.80 and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract upon final approval by the City Attorney. (D. Smith)

11.G.

Consider for the approval of the payment adjustment from $35,750 to the extended three-year price of $54,500 which will support a three-year contract for access to the Remix Planning Software platform which will be funded by an ARP Technology grant for Island Transit and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract upon final approval by the City Attorney. (J. Oliver / D. Smith)

11.H.

Consider for the approval of the purchase of one (1) Camel Max 1200 water re-cycling sewer & catch basin truck for the Municipal Utilities Department to be purchased from Houston Freightliner through HGAC Buy for a total price of $549,910.98, and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract upon final approval by the City Attorney. (D. Smith)

11.I.

Consider For Approval An Interlocal Agreement Between The City Of Galveston, The Park Board Of Trustees Of The City Of Galveston, And The Galveston Arts Center Concerning The Funding, Administration, And Management Of The National Endowment Of The Arts Grant. (B. Sanderson)

11.J.

Consider for Approval the utilization of temporary staffing services under the existing contract with Robert Half International, Inc. through the Houston-Galveston Area Council of Governments (HGACBuy) Purchasing Cooperative. Estimated costs for services not to exceed Council approved budgets (K. Etienne).

11.K.

Consider for approval an Interlocal Cooperation agreement between the City of Galveston, Texas (the “City”), and the Galveston Park Board of Trustees, Extending Continued Health Coverage to Eligible Employees and Dependents of the Park Board Through the City's Self-Funded Health Insurance Plan (K. Etienne).

11.L.

Consider prequalifying Lockwood, Andrews & Newman, Inc. to compile a detailed scope and negotiated fee for developing the City’s Stormwater Master Plan; Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (B. Cook)

11.M.

Consider approval of Change Order #4 to the contract with Wharton-Smith, Inc. for construction of the Airport Water Plant Expansion, increasing the contract by $18,747.46 from the amount of $9,414,171.67 to the amount of $9,432,919.13. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (T. Pedraza)

11.N.

Consider approval of Change Order #2 to the contract with Main Lane Industries, Ltd. for the 73rd Street Reconstruction from Heards Lane to Ave N 1/2 project increasing the contract by $49,845.80 from the amount of $2,125,792.20 to the final contract amount of $2,175,638.00. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (T. Pedraza)

11.O.

Consider approval of Change Order #4 to the contract with Main Lane Industries, Ltd. for the 25th Street Improvements from Broadway to Seawall project decreasing the contract by $461,777.60 from the amount of $6,449,651.90 to the final contract amount of $5,987,874.30. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (T. Pedraza)

11.P.

Consider for approval the disposal of sanitary sewer solid waste from the City of Galveston’s Wastewater Treatment facilities and Sewer Collection system to the Republic Services Galveston County Landfill at an estimated cost of $300,000.00. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary document upon final approval by the City Attorney

11.Q.

Consider approval of a contract with TLC Construction Contract Services, Inc. for the 37th Street Improvements from Ave P to Seawall (RFP 21-20) project in the amount of $5,805,753.60. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (T. Pedraza)

11.R.

Consider approval of a contract with TLC Construction Contract Services, Inc. for the 37th Street Improvements from Broadway to Ave P (RFP 21-19) project in the amount of $6,682,073.16. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (T. Pedraza)

11.S.

Consider for approval the purchase of H-GAC quoted Sanitary Sewer Smart Covers in the amount of $18,100.00 with HydroPro Solutions. (T. Pedraza)

11.T.

Consider for approval the purchase of Choice Partners contract #18/072KC-06 quoted dewatering well point pumps amount of $173,426.00 through United Rentals. (T. Pedraza)

11.U.

Consider for approval the annual funding of $50,000.00 for professional legal services from the law firm of Lloyd Gosselink related to water and sewer legal issues. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (T. Pedraza)

11.V.

Consider for approval the purchase of H-GAC quoted Water Pressure Monitors in the amount of $38,500.00 with HydroPro Solutions. (T. Pedraza)

11.W.

Consider for Approval: Payment to the Texas Commission on Environment Quality for Annual Operating Permit Fees for the Water and Wastewater Divisions for the fiscal year. The estimated cost is $181,387.84. (T. Pedraza)

11.X.

Consider for approval of the Grant Terms and Conditions (Grant Agreement) with the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) for FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) funding for eligible costs and authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the legal department. (T. Wrobleski)

11.Y.

Consider for approval, issuance of a Task Order #11 to DCMC Partners for development and documentation of the the funding request packages for various projects for roads, water and sewer mitigation, and authorize the City Manager to sign all documents upon the review and approval of the City Attorney. (T. Wrobleski)

11.Z.

Consider for approval, the annual maintenance on the chemical disinfection analyzer systems for various Supply Division pump station and elevated water storage tanks from the sole source provider CFI Services in the amount of $67,278.00. Authorizing the City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (C. Dewitt)

11.AA.

Consider for approval the use of the cooperative purchasing contract through HGAC Contract (RC01-21) from both Toter LLC. and Otto Environmental for the purchase of automated rollout garbage carts and repair parts. Authorizing City Manager to execute all necessary documents upon final approval by the City Attorney. (C. Dewitt)

11.BB.

Recommendation to waive penalty and interest on late payments of assessments by property owners in Waterman’s PID due to an error of a governmental unit (M. Loftin)

11.CC.

Consider approving a pool of twelve underwriting firms for a five-year period to participate in negotiated bond sales conducted by the City. (M. Loftin)

11.DD.

Consider confirming an emergency repair to upgrade the Liberty Star Voice Communication Control System (VCCR) and replace associated equipment at the ATCT upon final approval by the City Attorney (M. Shahan).

11.EE.

Consider For Approval A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Accepting The City’s Portion Of A 2020 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant From The Department Of Justice In A Joint Total Amount Of $32,895.00, And Said City Portion To Provide For The Purchase Of Equipment (Tactical Patrol Equipment) For The Marshal’s Office And The City Of Galveston’s Police Department; Authorizing The City Manager To Execute An Interlocal Agreement With Galveston County; Appointing The County As Fiscal Agent For The Grant; Dividing The Total Grant Award Between The Parties; Providing For Findings Of Fact And Providing For An Effective Date. (V. Hale)

11.FF.

Consider For Approval A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Galveston, Texas Approving And Authorizing The City Manager To Execute An Interlocal Cooperation Agreement With Galveston County For Continued Participation In The Galveston County Auto Crimes Task Force; Approving And Authorizing The City Manager To Execute The Agreement; Providing For Findings Of Fact And Providing For An Effective Date. (D. Balli)

11.GG.

Consider for approval purchases of ammunition with Precision Delta Corporation through the TX Smart Buy purchasing cooperative. Estimated costs for products are not to exceed City Council approved budgets for the Galveston Police Department.

11.HH.

Consider for approval payment to Central Square Company, formally Superion, LLC, in the amount of $128,936.90 for the renewal of the annual software agreement of the Police Records Management Software. (D. Balli)

11.II.

Consider for approval purchases of police equipment and uniforms from GT Distributors, through the BuyBoard purchasing cooperative. Estimated costs for products are not to exceed City Council approved budgets for the Galveston Police Department. (D. Balli)

11.JJ.

Consider for approval payment to the City of League City for cost associated with the Gulf Region Information and Dispatch Consortium, a multi-agency records management system, at a total cost of $36,993.23. (D. Balli)

11.KK.

Consider For Approval Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into A Contract With Each Of The 2021 Holiday Artist Tree Program Awardees, As Recommended By The City Of Galveston's Cultural Arts Commission, For A Total Amount Of $3,000.00. (B. Sanderson)

11.LL.

Consider For Approval The Purchase Of Pool Maintenance Chemicals, Supplies, And Equipment For Lasker Park Pool, Located At 2016 43rd Street, Using The Buyboard Contract (#613-20) With Progressive Commercial Aquatics. (B. Sanderson)

11.MM.

Consider approving purchases of standardized end user computer equipment to include, desktops, laptops, monitors and other required peripheral equipment through Dell Inc. using state contract DIR‐TSO‐3763. Estimated costs for equipment not to exceed Council approved budgets. (H. Dean)

11.NN.

Consider for approval the renewal of the annual maintenanc agreement for VMware software from Southern Computer Warehouse utilizing Buy Board Contract # 579-19 for $25,740.97. (H. Dean)

11.OO.

Consider for approval the renewal of the annual maintenance support agreement for City’s Enterprise Content Management solution (ECM), Laserfiche, awarding the contract to MCCi in the amount of $43,308 using buy board contract #625‐20. (H. Dean)

11.PP.

Consider for approval the renewal of the City’s Utility Management Solution support agreement in an amount not to exceed $36,963. (H. Dean)

11.QQ.

A request to enter into an agreement with Centre Technologies for the purchase of one (1) Dell PowerStore Storage Area Network array (SAN), four (4) Dell PowerEdge R750 Servers, Cohesity Storage expansion, Microsoft azure instance and other associated hardware and software including related professional services for $360,575.17; establishing a 10% project contingency of $36,057 for a total authorization of $396,632.17 utilizing DIR contracts TSO-3763, TSO-4299, TSO-4144, and CPO-4452. (H. Dean)

11.RR.

Consider for approval the annual maintenance support agreement for the City’s Public Works asset and maintenance management system, VueWorks, to Data Transfer Solutions (DTS) in the amount of $20,000. (H. Dean)

11.SS.

Consider authorizing the City Manager to execute a three‐year agreement with Comcast Cable Communication Management LLC to provide leased fiber and internet service connectivity in an amount not to exceed $ 9,442.50 monthly with the option to renew the agreement for two 1 year terms. (H. Dean)

11.TT.

Consider approving purchases for Fiscal Year 2022 through Purchasing Cooperatives. (M. Loftin)

11.TT.1.

Consider approving purchases of office supplies, technology items, furniture, and janitorial supplies using National IPA- Omnia Partners contract with Office Depot.

11.TT.2.

Consider approving purchases of maintenance, repair and operational (MRO) supplies for fiscal year 2022 using a contract with Fastenal Company through the Omnia Partners purchasing cooperative.

Documents:
  1. Fastenal FY22.pdf
11.TT.3.

Consider approving purchases of maintenance, repair and operational (MRO) supplies for fiscal year 2022 using a contract with Grainger, Inc through National IPA- Omnia Partners.

Documents:
  1. Grainger FY22.pdf
11.TT.4.

Consider approving purchases of operational supplies for fiscal year 2022 using a contract with Amazon Services, LLC. Amazon Business through the Omnia Partners purchasing cooperative.

11.TT.5.

Consider approving purchases of operational supplies using the contract with McCoy’s Building Supply through the BuyBoard purchasing cooperative

Documents:
  1. McCoys FY 22.pdf
11.TT.6.

Consider approving purchases of operational supplies using the contract with Staples Contract and Commercial, Inc. through the BuyBoard purchasing cooperative.

Documents:
  1. Staples FY 22.pdf
11.TT.7.

Consider approving purchases of operational supplies using the contract with The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. through the U.S. Communities purchasing cooperative.

11.UU.

Consider for Approval Minutes of the August 17, 2021 Special Meeting, the August 26, 2021 Workshop and Regular Meeting, the September 8, 2021 Special Meeting, the September 9, 2021 Workshop and Regular Meeting, and the September 16, 2021 Special Meeting. (J. Williams)

11.VV.

Receive and file the Park Board of Trustees' FY 2021-2022 Budgeted Capital Projects and the FY 2021-2026 Capital Improvement Plan, and approve the plan as submitted. (D. Buckley)

11.WW.

Receive And File The Holiday Schedule For The 2022 Calendar Year. (B. Maxwell)

11.XX.

Receive and File: Section 2-73 of the city charter requires that the council members are to be informed of auction sales that exceed $1,000. This staff report represents the receiving and filing of all auction sales for fiscal year 2020-21. (D. Smith)

11.YY.

Receive and file the following items:


  1. COR - 10/13/2021 - Newport Galveston - Pelican Island Causeway Bridge Replacement
  2. COR - 10/13/2021 - Texas International Terminals - Pelican Island Causeway Replacement
  3. Certifications of Consistency for The Children’s Center for homeless programs for Rapid Rehousing, Transitional Housing/Rapid Rehousing, and Permanent Supportive Housing
  4. Certification of Consistency for The Salvation Army of Galveston, Texas for homeless program for Rapid Rehousing


12.

ACTION ITEMS

12.A.

Consider For Approval A Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Galveston, Texas, Establishing Guidelines To Be Followed By City Staff As Well As Citizens In The Submission Of Specific Redistricting Proposals For Use In The 2021 Redistricting Process; Providing For Findings Of Fact And Providing For An Effective Date. (Legal)

12.B.

Consideration of approval of mediated settlement agreement in Cause No. 19-CV-2191, Sharon Davis, and as assignee of the City of Galveston v. Quality Works Construction, Inc. and Insurors Indemnity Company, 56th Judicial District Court, Galveston County and authorizing the City Manager to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the settlement and release. (Legal)

12.C.

Discuss and consider approval of the 2022 Council Meeting Schedule. (Brown)

12.D.

Discuss and consider appointments to the following City boards, commissions, and committees:

  1. Airport Advisory Committee - District 4
  2. Arts and Historic Preservation Advisory Board - Position 7
  3. Building Board of Adjustments and Appeals - Positions 3 and 4
  4. Cultural Arts Commission - Positions 2, 4, and 8
  5. Ethics Commission - Districts 5 and 6
  6. Families, Children and Youth Board - Positions 14 and 23
  7. Landmark Commission - Positions 2 and 9
  8. Galveston Island Redevelopment Authority/Galveston Housing Finance Corporation/Galveston Property Finance Authority - Positions 1, 3, and 6
  9. Zoning Board of Adjustments - Position 6
12.E.

Discuss and consider appointments to H-GAC's 2022 General Assembly and Board of Directors. (Brown)

13.

ADJOURNMENT

I certify that the above Notice of Meeting was posted in a place convenient to the public in compliance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code on October 22, 2021 at 12:00 P.M.
Janelle Williams

Janelle Williams, City Secretary

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA), PERSONS IN NEED OF A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHALL, WITHIN THREE (3) DAYS PRIOR TO ANY PROCEEDING, CONTACT THE CITY SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SUITE 201, 823 ROSENBERG, GALVESTON, TEXAS 77550 (409-797-3510).