CITY COUNCIL LOOKS AT OPTIONS ON MUSEUM REPAIRS

  

Brenham City Council went into Executive Session at the conclusion of their meeting today (Thursday) to discuss the lease with the Brenham Heritage Museum.  The museum was ruled unsafe by the city two weeks ago, after electrical problems were found.  The museum has been closed to the public after flood waters damaged the basement in May of 2016. The building is now completely unoccupied until repairs can be made.  City Manager Terry Roberts said that the executive session was only to update the council members on the situation and discuss possible solutions.  He said that no plan of action had yet been worked out and that he did not expect council to take any formal action today.