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The Nav District Power Grab – Part 1

The Nav District Power Grab – Part 1   The Nav District has stated on numerous occasions that it knew nothing about the Concho Street Drainage Project until it saw surveying stakes on its property in mid-November 2021. Let’s take a deep dive into the chronology of events leading up to the Nav District’s so-called

By |2022-01-04T21:34:35-06:00January 4th, 2022|Community, Local Government|2 Comments

The Enemy Has Landed

THE ENEMY HAS LANDED At the onset of the American Civil War, the Union Navy was attempting to blockade the Texas Coast to prevent the shipment of cotton and salt to help support the war effort of the South.  They were not successful in stopping the blockade runners from getting through their blockade, so the

By |2021-12-09T16:19:28-06:00December 9th, 2021|Community, Local Government|4 Comments

Morning Thoughts from Jerry Brundrett

We are pleased to begin the first in a series of articles written by Jerry Brundrett. Jerry is a well-known, respected, and beloved member of our community. He is an Engineer and Surveyor. His family roots in the community go back more than 175 years. His historical knowledge of our community is unrivalled. And we

By |2021-12-02T22:28:23-06:00December 2nd, 2021|Community, Local Government|0 Comments

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