Corpus Christi City Council set for lengthy closed-door session

The Corpus Christi City Council is set to discuss a slate of issues at Tuesday's meeting, but many of those conversations will happen outside the public's earshot.

CORPUS CHRISTI (CALLER TIMES) - The Corpus Christi City Council is set to discuss a slate of issues at Tuesday's meeting, but many of those conversations will happen outside the public's earshot.

Potential legal issues related to the council, economic development contracts, funding the long-awaited Park Road 22 project, the Harbor Bridge project and annexation are the items the council will debate during executive session, according to the council's agenda.

The meeting begins at 11:30 a.m. in the council chambers of City Hall at 1201 Leopard St. Public comment, which allows residents to share concerns on agenda items or other issues, typically begins around noon.

Members of the council, who are all up for re-election next month, are also set to consider a lineup of grant-funded items and city initiatives including three Bond 2014 items.

The final two items on the council's agenda are related to flood insurance rates in the area. The first is an annual update to the Coastal Bend Mitigation Action Plan, and the second is an update of the city's appeal of the federal government's proposed flood insurance rate maps.


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