Spring Valley Village City Council's June meeting agenda includes rights-of-way for CenterPoint Ener
The Spring Valley Village City Council recently released its June agenda, which included an ordinance to allow the city's public rights-of-way to be used by CenterPoint Energy Resources Corp. in the delivery of gas.
If the ordinance is approved, the company, which also does business as CenterPoint Energy Texas Gas Operations, will be able to operate, maintain, remove, replace, install and extend equipment and other facilities in the rights-of-way.
The meeting took place at 6:30 p.m. June 26 at city hall, 1025 Campbell Road, Spring Valley Village.
According to the agenda, council members also discussed and took action for additional notice for the special election set for Nov. 6. One council member was to be chosen by voters that day.
In other business, the council was expected to welcome new city administrator Stephen Ashley, approve the fire department's proposed budget for next year, approve an economic development agreement for AA-Access Controls of Texas, award the bid for the Teresa/Ben Hur Reconstruction Project, and hire a professional engineer service to repair inlets along Bingle Road, between West Memorial Park Drive and Spring Branch Creek.
Council members also discussed an engineer-recommended design for the closure of the 8600 block of Merlin Drive, which is part of the Cedar Wood Area Reconstruction Project.
The agenda also notes several appointments were to be made by the council at the meeting. Those appointments include James R. Smith as municipal court presiding judge; Stephen S. Andrews, Kelly Benavides, Brian Chandler and John J. Klevenhagen III as associate court judges; Christopher Gore as associate prosecuting attorney; and Patti Hamm as municipal court administrator.