The Brenham City Council approved the final payment for the Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library renovation and expansion during their meeting today (Thursday).
The $3.2 million project took place over two years, with the library reopening in November.
The final payment approved today was to Collier Construction in the amount of $851.76, bringing the overall total of the project to $3,228,915.
The city council also approved a contract with Xerox Financial Services LLC for leased office equipment.
The equipment includes three photocopiers- one at the Fire Department, one Accounting Department, and one for Community Services.
The council approved a 3 year lease of the photocopiers in the amount of $10,559 per year.
The council also:
- Approved an inter-local contract between the City of Brenham and the Harris County Department of Education. The contract allows Brenham to join Choice Partners- a purchasing cooperative that offers procurement and contract solutions to meet government purchasing requirements.
- Held a second reading of an ordinance change concerning 87 acres on the Highway 36 Loop. The ordinance changes the property from single-family residential to a planned development district. Stylecraft Builders is planning a subdivision of approximately 250 homes on the land.
- Approved a request for a noise variance from Marrisa Amador for a graduation party on May 12th at Fireman’s Park Kitchen.