Rosenberg could decide Tuesday on potentially signing a nearly $80,000 contract to upgrade audio and video systems at the civic center.

Equipment has become outdated and incompatible with today’s technology such as the sound system not adequately filling the room and the video projection routinely fails during presentations, according to the city’s meeting agenda.

The necessary upgrade would not only correct the current issues but be able to host city council meetings, boards meetings or any other meetings or events.

Funding, if approved, would go towards the fiscal year 2022 adopted budget.

The Rosenberg council will also possibly authorize Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 184 to sell more than $4.1 million in road bonds to purchase and construct additional roadways for the incoming Stonecreek Estates subdivision.

The district is located at the intersection of Berdett and A Meyers Road.

The approximately 502.46-acre development already had voters authorize $61 million in unlimited tax bonds and sold more than $2.5 million in bonds back in Dec. 2018.

If approved, the district will have a remaining bond capacity of $54,325,000 specific to roads.

The meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. at city hall, 2110 4th St. and is open to the public.

Other notable items include:

  • Consideration of and action on authorization to retire a proposed list of surplus property items.
  • Consideration of and action on Resolution No. R-3157, a Resolution approving and accepting a Settlement Agreement, by and between the City of Rosenberg, Texas, and Patricia Holtkamp and Teresa March, settling the Lawsuit Cause Number 19-CCV-065798 related to condemnation proceeding filed in the Fort Bend County, Texas, Courts at Law; and, authorizing the City Manager to execute, for and on behalf of the City of Rosenberg, Texas, said Settlement Agreement.
  • Consideration of and action on Resolution No. R-3149, a Resolution awarding Bid No. T5321 for Right-of-Way Mowing Services — Finish Cut; and, authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and execute, for and on behalf of the City, appropriate documents and/or agreements regarding same.

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