Council to consider lease agreement for Urban Waters

Council members are scheduled Dec. 18 to hear the final reading of an ordinance that would authorize the execution of a project lease agreement with TES Properties for the Center for Urban Waters, which will house the Environmental Services lab and office facility. The ordinance would pledge revenues from the Sanitary Sewer Utility to make lease payments and would agree to take unencumbered title to the building when bonds issued by TES Properties for the building are paid off.