Pasadena Second Century Corporation to meet July 23
The Pasadena Second Century Corporation (PSCC) will hold a board meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, July 23.
The meeting will take place in the Pasadena Main Conference Room of Pasadena City Hall, 1211 Southmore Ave., Pasadena. This meeting will be open to the public.
The agenda will be as follows: After a call to order and roll call, the board will allow public comments. Next, the board will discuss the consideration of approval of minutes from the meeting held on May 21.
The board will also review the quarterly cash flow and quarterly investments reports by Wayne Long and Tammy Lehew from the city controller's office.
The board will then hold a public hearing to discuss the following items: the consideration and approval of the annual budget for PSCC for the fiscal year of 2012-2013, consideration of action on the incentive request by Pristine Healthcare of Pasadena and consideration of action on the proposal from Southwest Museum Services for the conversion of the Munger Street Post Office and other buildings owned by Harris County.
Next, the board will review the project's status by Robin Green, Director of Public Works.
The following items will be considered: approval of the Klotz and Associates Inc. agreement of engineering services related to the construction of a detention pond in the 99-acre tract owned by the city, the approval of the Walter P. Moore agreement for engineering services related to the Harris County Facilities Development Corporation (HCFDC) approval of future paving improvements in the vicinity of Hernandez and Strawberry Road and the authorization to proceed with design and construction of drainage improvements for Vista Road.
A presentation will then by given by Polk Cultis for consideration of facade improvements at various locations in the city.
The meeting will end with a report from the executive director, comments made by board members and adjournment.
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