The West University City Council will meet Monday, April 25, to discuss, among other things, matter related to the methods of video and audio distribution of city council, boards, and commission meetings.
The discussion is a continuation of of past discussions. City staff has previously presented council with five methods to achieve the distribution. The council will discuss the five methods and potentially choose one.
The five methods include the following four categories: broadcasting method, content type, production method, and quantity of cameras per room.
Other agenda items include potentially granting the Mayor Susan Sample authorization to approve an Interlocal Agreement with the Harris County Flood Control District, or HCFCD. The agreement will facilitate the widening of Braes Bayou and is necessary to manage the exchanges of easements adjacent to Braes Bayou and the West University Place Wastewater Treatment Plant, WWTP, located at 2801 N. Braeswood Drive on the banks of the bayou.
The mayor would have to execute the Easement Deed Documents to fulfill the agreement, pending approval by the Commissioner’s Court.
The exchange will include requirements that HCFCD at their sole cost construct a retaining wall that will protect the WWTP structure. Additionally, the HCFCD will install a new outfall pipe at the west end of the retaining wall to direct WWTP effluent into the bayou.
If the agreement is approved by the council, the agreement is scheduled to go for approval before the Harris County Commissioner’s Court on May 10.
The meeting is slated to start at 6:30 p.m. in the city council chambers.