Public opinion does matter.
The South East Texas Regional Planning Commission is gathering public comments on general activities related to public transit planning and the recently completed DRAFT comprehensive assessment of express bus service transportation needs foe the southeast Texas area.
These activities are related to strategies for increasing the availability and efficiency of public transportation for all the neighborhoods and communities in Jefferson, Orange and Hardin Counties.
Interested citizens are invited to attend any of the public meetings:
• 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13 at the Workforce Solutions - Beaumont located at 204 Pearl Street in Beaumont.
• 3 p.m. Wed. Aug. 14 at the Work Force Solutions - Port Arthur located at 3901 Twin City Hwy. in Port Arthur.
• 10 a.m. Fri. Aug. 16 at the Wok Force Solutions - Orange located at 320 Green Ave. in Orange.
For more information on the upcoming public meetings, or special needs requests (48 Hours); please contact Bob Dickinson at (409) 899-8444 extension 7520 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public opinion does matter.
County creates Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone
With the deadline just 3 days away, Orange County Commissioners Court selected the members for the Orange County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone Advisory Board members, created the Orange County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone and adopted the roadway priority project list.
Dubose, Carlton headed for run-off in May for OC Judge
A run-off election will be needed to decide the next Orange County Judge.
Late filings add to City of Vidor election
The City of Vidor will have a bigger election than previously reported this May.
Thursday is Earl Thomas III Day in West Orange
Earl Thomas III is kicking off his Guardian Angel Foundation 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Thursday at Granger Chevrolet located at 2611 MacArthur Drive in West Orange.
Chuck Meyer uses endorsements for Texas’ 36th District seat campaign
Saying he was humbled and honored, Texas’ 36th Congressional District Republican Primary candidate Chuck Meyer recently received several major political endorsements that he believes solidifies his position as the leading candidate in a runoff following the March 4 election.
Filing for May 10 election enters final week
Only five filing days remain for those interested in taking part in the May general election.
BC approves expense fee for warrants
Councilmembers have approved a new ordinance which will help ease the city coffers while serving arrest warrants.
Early voting begins
Early voting for the March 4 Primary elections began Tuesday across Orange County and voter traffic was heavy at many locations, including the Orange Public Library where Lynwood Sanders, at left, and Billy Burrow voted Tuesday afternoon.
Learning about County government
County government is often not taught in schools according to Kathy Covey, a mother who home schools her children.
May elections taking shape
The May 10 general election is beginning to take shape.
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