After being closed for renovations for the last several months, the League City Council Chambers reopened on Tuesday, October 28 with a new look. Renovations include upgraded furnishings, technology, and sound proofing that will allow for better audio and visuals inside the chambers and for the live broadcast of Council meetings on Comcast Channel 16 and the City’s Facebook page and website. Cable television franchise fees collected from Comcast, which are designated for City capital expenditures related to the operations of channel 16, funded the remodeling project. The City’s municipal court and clerks’ office will move back into 200 West Walker Street once their work area is complete—which is expected before the end of the year. Until then, the municipal court office will remain at the Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center at 400 West Walker.