The recommendation comes months after the association's governing board rejected a different proposed increase.
Consultants laid out three options that would generate the same amount of revenue for the city, but would differ in which customers would bear the brunt of increases.
The county plans to do away with the mishmash of buildings and replace it with a new complex funded by money from a bond voters approved in 2017.
The 1867 Settlement African-American Historic Preservation Committee hopes to restore or rebuild the landmark into a community center.
Should those homeowners decide to take Texas City’s offer, the land where those homes now sit will be maintained by the city and will never be built on again, officials said.
The Gulf Fishery Management Council and NOAA are finalizing plans to curb access around coral reefs, a move that will limit commercial fishing catches and narrow availability to consumers, some say.