The upcoming city election was the focus for the Humble City Council at its last meeting.

The council approved two amendments to Ordinance 19-837 (ordering a general election for May 4, 2019): first, amending Section 4 which covers election day locations, and second, amending Section 5 which covers early voting locations. The amendment also orders the general election to be administered by the Harris County Elections Administrator.

The council also approved the agreement between the City of Humble and Humble ISD, which states that early voting and election day voting by personal appearance will be held at a common location in order to conduct the city’s general election and the district’s regular trustee election.

The general election will be held for the purpose of electing a mayor and two city councilmembers. Mayor Merle Aaron, the incumbent, will run against Humble resident Arliss Bentley; Charles “Andy” Curry (Place 1) and Glenn Redmon (Place 2) are both unopposed.

Early voting, which begins April 22 and ends April 30, will be held at City Hall, 114 W. Higgins. Voting locations and information about voting by mail can be found at

Voters can register at The deadline to register for the May 4 General Election is April 4.

The council acted unanimously to approve without discussion several other business items:

Approved Ordinance No. 19-840, to extend the existing school zone on Wilson Road near Humble High School and establish the school speed limit at 20 miles per hour.

Approved the Development Plat Valvoline Instant Oil Change, Unrestricted Reserve “F,” 1.0456 acres (45,545 square feet) Target Shopping Center Humble, W.B. Adams survey, abstract number 95, Harris County, Texas.

Approved the Utility Conveyance and Security Agreement for Townsen Sanitary Sewer Extension between the City of Humble (a municipal corporation) and the Intercontinental Municipal Utility District of Harris County (a political subdivision and corporate and governmental agency of the State of Texas).

Approved street closure in front of Lloyd’s Bar, 111 N. Avenue A, for a street dance April 13 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Approved Subdivision Plat, Reserves at Townsen Partial Replat No. 1.

Approved Development Plat, Reserves at Townsen Partial Replat No. 1.

Courtney Slater-Nelson
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Courtney served six years in the Air Force National Guard and earned a B. A. in sociology from Loyola University in New Orleans and an M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix. She moved here from New Orleans and teaches English, reading and math. Courtney enjoys living in Humble, teaching, the arts, traveling, watching HGTV, entertaining at home, and experiencing new restaurants.