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Water committee’s first meeting
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Water committee's first meeting.Gary Kent photo.Fourteen of the 17 Beeville residents appointed to a special committee to study water issues and make recommendations met for the first time Thursday evening at City Hall. The committee elected former Mayor John Galloway as chairman and one-time City Councilman Tom Beasley as vice chairman. Two appointees, Mike Scotten and Gilbert Herrera, already had resigned from the committee and Jim Crumrine was out of town. The committee will meet twice a week in Monday and Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. at the city's Community Center at 111 E. Corpus Christi St.
Water committee's first meeting.Gary Kent photo.Fourteen of the 17 Beeville residents appointed to a special committee to study water issues and make recommendations met for the first time Thursday evening at City Hall. The committee elected former Mayor John Galloway as chairman and one-time City Councilman Tom Beasley as vice chairman. Two appointees, Mike Scotten and Gilbert Herrera, already had resigned from the committee and Jim Crumrine was out of town. The committee will meet twice a week in Monday and Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. at the city's Community Center at 111 E. Corpus Christi St.
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BEEVILLE – Fourteen of the 17 Beeville residents appointed to a special committee to study water issues and make recommendations met for the first time Thursday evening at City Hall. The committee elected former Mayor John Galloway as chairman and former City Councilman Tom Beasley as vice chairman. Two appointees, Mike Scotten and Gilbert Herrera, already had resigned from the committee and Jim Crumrine was out of town. The committee will meet twice a week on Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. at the city’s Community Center, 111 E. Corpus Christi St. The meetings are open to the public.
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