College Station Council Gets Consent Agenda Questions Answered Before Their Meeting

Photo from the city of College Station showing council members (Standing L-R) John Crompton, Bob Brick, John Nichols, Dennis Maloney and (Seated L-R) Linda Harvell, Mayor Karl Mooney, Elizabeth Cunha.
Photo from the city of College Station showing council members (Standing L-R) John Crompton, Bob Brick, John Nichols, Dennis Maloney and (Seated L-R) Linda Harvell, Mayor Karl Mooney, Elizabeth Cunha.

A traditional part of College Station city council meetings has been councilmembers asking staff questions about consent agenda items.

Last Thursday, the council had no questions.

Councilman Dennis Maloney thanked staff for soliciting questions in advance and staff responses.

Ten consent agenda items that were approved included awarding a $143,000 contract to install more traffic bollards on Boyett in the Northgate district to block weekend vehicular traffic, and spending another $649,000 dollars to rent office space six months or until affected city departments can move into the new city hall.

Click HERE to read and download background information about new bollards to be installed in the Northgate district.

Click HERE to read and download background information about extending the lease for privately owned office space for some city employees.

Click below for comments from mayor Karl Mooney, councilman Dennis Maloney, and city manager Bryan Woods.

 

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