CLUTE SUPPORTS BWA BOND PLAN
Clute City Council became the latest city to pass a resolution supporting the Brazosport Water Authority’s plan to issue up to $59 million in revenue bonds, joining Lake Jackson and Richwood.
The vote Thursday night moves the potable water provider for the region one step closer to being able to issue the bonds, which will go toward construction of a desalination plant, and supply station and pipeline required to supply water to Rosenberg.
Client cities still needing to pass a resolution of support are Angleton, Brazoria, Freeport and Oyster Creek.
NAVIGATORS TO BE AVAILABLE ON FINAL DAY TO GET COVERAGE
Affordable Care Act navigators will be available to area residents needing enrollment help today and Sunday, the last two days people can sign up for coverage through the federal health insurance marketplace.
Volunteers will be available from 8 a.m. to noon today at Clute Library, 215 N. Shanks, St., and 1 to 5 p.m. at Freeport Library, 410 Brazosport Blvd., and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Velasco Community House, 110 Skinner in Freeport.
The event is free and open to the public. For information, contact navigator Agatha Sanchez at 409-692-4827 or email@example.com.
BINFORMED SESSION TO GIVE PARENTS INSIGHT INTO MATERIALS
Brazosport ISD staff will have their third BInformed session of the school year from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Village of Jones Creek City Hall, 7207 Stephen F. Austin in Jones Creek.
This session will share information about new instructional materials planned for the 2015-16 school year with parents and interested community members. There will also be a question-and-answer portion after the presentation.
To submit topics to be considered for the May BInformed session, go to brazosportisd.net.
WEST COLUMBIA POLICE LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
The West Columbia Police Department is recruiting volunteers to help with its community outreach programs.
According to the department’s Facebook page, Police Chief Paul Odin has started the new Volunteers in Policing outreach program, looking for people who are interested and have the time to aid in current department projects.
“We need help with several programs, like Senior Moments, animal control, Medical Points of Distribution Center and several new programs we wish to start for our community,” the social media post states.
Volunteers in Policing is another community outreach program started by Odin as a way for the police department to better connect with residents, one of the chief’s main goals when taking the top cop spot in 2013.