At Thursday afternoon’s meeting of the Brenham City Council, members will go into executive session to discuss a recent offer for the 205 acre tract off Jozwiak Road between Brenham and Chappell Hill. The City has approximately $900,000 invested in the site, which was originally purchased and permitted for a landfill. That permit was later abandoned, after many years of protests by Chappell Hill residents and property owners. A 2006 study by the JFK Group, which was commissioned by the City, estimate the land to be worth between one and one and a quarter million dollars. Only one party has made an offer to purchase the property.
The Brenham City Council meets Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock on the second floor of the City Municipal Building.