By Karolyn Gephart
Pearland City Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting Monday, December 7, 2020 virtually.
Council approved unanimously Resolution No R2020-193.1 to enter into an amended sub-grantee agreement with the Pearland Independent School District increasing the original amount of $130,000 to $1,172,501 for the purpose of providing reimbursement for CARE Act/Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) eligible public health and safety improvements to public educational facilities located within the City limits of Pearland, Brazoria County.
The Council also approved unanimously to enter into an amended sub-grantee agreement with the Alvin Independent School District (AISD), increasing the original amount of $130,000.00 to $300,000.00, for the purpose of providing reimbursement for CARES Act/Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) eligible public health and safety improvements to public educational facilities located within the City limits of Pearland, Brazoria County.
In other business, the Council approved an ordinance for the purpose of changing the classification of certain property, being a tract of land containing 9.28 Acres, being a portion of Lots 37 & 38, Block 80, Allison-Richey Gulf Coast Home Company as recorded in Volume 2, Page 98 of the Brazoria County Plat Records, being a portion of a tract recorded in the name of Trinity Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church as recorded under Brazoria County Clerk’s File No. 2004025666 of the Official Records of Brazoria County, Texas. (11900 block of Broadway Street). Zone Change Application No. ZONE 20-00004, a request by Oanh Nguyen, Windrose Land Service, applicant, on behalf of Ryan Seeley, NAI Partners, representing Ble Dodd Investments, owner, for approval of amendments to the Southern Trails Planned Development District, a master plan district comprised of a single-family residential development and three non-residential outparcels, to allow restaurant uses with drive-thru service within 285 feet of Broadway Street, on approximately 9.28 acres of land; providing for an amendment of the zoning district map; containing a savings clause, a severability clause, and an effective date and other provisions related to the subject.