On Thursday, Oct. 22, the Humble City Council approved the 2021 group health insurance plans and formal agreements for several initiatives and city projects as well as discussing citywide events.
The first order of business was to approve the 2021 City of Humble group health insurance plans for all employees. City Manager Jason Stuebe said, “We are pleased that there are no major changes.”
Next, the board approved a professional services agreement with Franklin Legal Publishing for the purpose of codification services for the city in the amount of $10,045. Mayor Merle Aaron stated, “Thanks to Jenny for her research and legwork on this item.”
A follow-up discussion and approval took place around the managed IT services agreement between Blue Iron Technologies and the City of Humble. Stuebe said, “This organization has been with us for a while and we are happy with their services. We will be adding a new IT tech and the term of the agreement will be 36 months.”
Then, to round out the meeting, the board also approved a land plat at the Hester Retail Corner and a variance request by the Harmony Cove subdivision, as well as formalizing the agreement with RPS Infrastructure, Inc. for on-call engineering general consulting services.
At the closure of the meeting, Councilmember David Pierce stated the community announcements in usual fashion.