Navasota City Council started 2023 on high note approving licensing agreements with local Wi-Fi carriers as well as a Resolution supporting the rehabilitation of Buckingham Gardens. Council member Pattie Pederson was absent.
At the Jan. 9 Regular Meeting, city council members approved the agreement with GrimesCounty.net for use of the Oakwood/Miller Street tower followed by approval of the agreement with Navasota Wi-Fi’s for use of the Allen Street tower.
Both agreements include a $5.00 per subscriber fee for each wireless customer being served by the licensed water tower space. The licensing agreement with GrimesCounty.net includes Weather Watch and Fire Watch cameras for city usage and additional IP Network Connectivity for the City’s SCADA system.Read more
The Navasota City Council held a workshop Jan. 9 to discuss the results of the City of Navasota Water, Wastewater and Natural Gas rate study conducted by NewGen Strategies & Solutions. Representing NewGen was Managing Partner Matt Garrett. Council members Grant Holt and Pattie Pederson were not present.Read more
With cold weather approaching, Navasota Animal Shelter received a donation that provided warmth to animals for the holidays.
Taylor Animal Shelter is building a new shelter thanks to a donation from Samsung. The prolific company that is building a $1.8 billion facility in the area donated $2.5 million to the shelter. Taylor is also purchasing new equipment and accessories for the facility.Read more