Downtown parklets will once again be a topic of discussion when the City of Brenham Main Street Board holds their next meeting on Thursday.

Board members will be holding a work session, where they are scheduled to get an update on the Initial Parklet Application Period.

The Brenham City Council approved the downtown parklet manual back at their meeting on June 16.

Originally, the Main Street Board had requested an initial application period of 30 days, but council members chose to increase the period to 60 days.

The initial application period began on Friday, July 1, and is scheduled to go until Tuesday, August 30.

Also in the work session, the Board will hear a staff report on Building, Business, and Program updates.

In the regular session, the Main Street Board will discuss and act upon a recommendation from the Design Committee to approve an Incentive Grant Fund Reimbursement of $2,297.50 to Tami Redshaw of 96 West.

Redshaw applied for the grant back on June 10 to help cover the costs of sanding and re-staining all the wood, windows, and doors, in front of the building that houses the restaurant.

According to the application Redshaw submitted, the total estimated cost of the project is $4,595.00 and they must pay 35% of the cost up front.

The City of Brenham Main Street Board meets Thursday at noon in Conference Room 2A of the Brenham City Hall.

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