ORANGE — Orange County Road and Bridge is moving into it’s new home at the Orange County Convention and Expo Center located at 11475 State Hwy. 1442. Road and Bridge is the last of the county departments to move into the new facilities. The building also houses AgriLife Extensions, Health Code and Compliance, Emergency Management as well as Road and Bridge. The facilities is also a shelter of last resort for first responders and emergency personal during a disaster.
Temple Inland receives $8 million tax abatement from county
Orange County agreed to an $8 million dollar tax abatement for Temple Inland Incorporated.
New speed limit for Echo Forest
Concerned citizens of the Echo Forest subdivision in Vidor will be able to rest a little easier.
Nichols meets with Orange County agriculture leaders
Sen. Robert Nichols, in partnership with the Texas Agrilife Extension, conducted a round table discussion with agriculture leaders from Orange County on Tuesday.
BC to take control of Community Water System
The City of Bridge City will soon be adding to its water and sewer customer base.
County welcomes 2 new new Extension Agents
Orange County Commissioners Court welcomed new Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences Fallon Foster and Extension Agent 4-H and Youth Development Christina Perez.
Speaking against Confederate History and Heritage Month
Leslie Barras, attorney and a great-great granddaughter of a Confederate veteran, asked Orange County Commissioners Court, during citizen comments, to reconsider proclaiming this April as Confederate History and Heritage Month in Orange County.
March for Parks returns
March for Parks is returning to Claiborne West Park according to Orange County Parks Director Donna Scales.
City park may see improvements
City of Orange seeks to improve the 3.8 acres Navy Park grounds through federal funds.
Fees remain unchanged for Natatorium
Orange City Council approved the annual agreement with the YMCA of Southeast Texas for the use of the City of Orange Natatorium during the Tuesday morning meeting.
District Attorney’s Office downsize saves county money
Orange County District Attorney’s Office will have one less position from now on.
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