February e-newsletter highlights presented
Items featured in the City of Aransas Pass February newsletter and which had not previously been featured, or not extensively featured in editions of the Aransas Pass Progress are as follows:
Water tower work begins
Although behind-thescenes work has been going on for weeks, actual onsite construction on the new water tower began the week of Jan. 21.
The City’s old water tower was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey. The new tower will be a more modern single-leg design, with a completion date of August of this year.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is paying for the tower and the Rebuild Texas Fund will cover the City’s required match.
City election set May 4
Aransas Pass voters will go to the polls May 4, 2019 to elect a mayor and council members in Places 1 and 3. The filing period began Jan. 16 and will end Feb. 15.
Residents who are not registered to vote must registers by April 4 in order to vote in this election. Early voting will be conducted April 22-30, 2019. Candidate packets can be obtained in the City Secretary’s Office.
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