At the May 2 Deer Park City Council Meeting, the city will enter a Army Community Covenant, showcasing support for service members and their families. The program is designed to foster partnerships with the Army to improve the quality of life for soldiers and their families, both at their current duty stations and as they transfer to other states.
Deer Park police investigators are seeking information and possible victims of an alleged contractor scam. According to DPPD, Jamie Kujawa has solicited advertising pool installation and received checks totaling $10,000 then disappeared without beginning work.
Deer Park City Council unanimously passed all items on its Tuesday agenda in a short, but busy regular meeting. Among the items on the agenda was setting a joint public hearing with the Planning and Zoning Commission for May 16 regarding the controversial rezoning of the southwest corner of the intersection of Luella and East Pasadena Boulevard.
A report released this week ranked Deer Park as the top small city in Texas to start a small business. Overall, the city ranked No. 17 in the nation. Deer Park scored tops in the nation in business environment.
Tuesday’s Deer Park City Council agenda has been released. The workshop begins at 7:15 p.m., followed by the regular meeting slated for 7:30 p.m. The meetings take place in council chambers, 710 E. San Augustine.
Deer Park City Council unanimously approved all items on its agenda at its Tuesday meeting. The agenda included items related to the Maxwell Center Expansion, the Soccer Complex and the Girls Softball facility; and a resolution denying CenterPoint Energy Resources’ statement of intent to increase rates.
Residents voiced their concerns regarding a proposed convenience store and commercial development to the Planning and Zoning Committee at a public hearing Monday night. A packed council chamber applauded when the committee unanimously agreed to recommend Deer Park City Council not grant the request.