Rosenberg City Council will meet on Tuesday to discuss, among other things, the 2022 sidewalk repair and replacement project.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, 2110 Fourth St. In addition to the sidewalk project, council will review and discuss quarterly reports from Animal Control and Shelter and the Rosenberg Police Department.
Chief Constable Jonathan White and Deputy Chief Constable Jarret Nethery will share the reports’ findings with the council.
The board is also to review and discuss changes recommended by the Animal Control and Shelter Advisory Council to section 4-61 of the ordinance regarding vaccinations of stray animals kept at the shelter. Mara Hartsell, director of Animal Control, will discuss the council’s recommendation.
In other cases, the council will review and discuss the process for selecting contractors for the collection and disposal of solid waste from residential and commercial services.
City Manager John Maresh will explain the process to council. Anyone wishing to speak must register before the start of the meeting. Members of the public are permitted to speak for up to three minutes on three agenda items.
The city of Rosenberg will hold a city council election on May 7. A mayor, two general offices and the four single-member constituencies are up for election. The deposit is in progress. The deadline to submit a request to the town hall is 5 p.m.