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Filing opened Wednesday morning to fill the unexpired term for District 2 on the Orange City Council. Filing will end on March 25. The council met Wednesday morning and voted to officially call a special election for the seat on May 9, the same day as the general election. Tommy Ferguson currently holds the District 2 seat and has one year left on his current three-year term. Ferguson filed Friday to run for mayor on May 9. That triggered his resignation from his council seat, though he will continue to serve until after the May 9 election. District 2 is a single-member district that includes most of the Little Cypress area. Candidates must live within the boundaries of the district.

Positions on the May 9 ballot for the Pinehurst municipal election were determined Wednesday. T. W. Permenter was the only candidate present and was allowed to draw for his position on the ballot. Permenter drew the number two. Incumbents Dan Barclay and then Dan Mohon were drawn by a neutral bystander with City Secretary Debbie Cormier officiating. Barclay will be fourth and Mohon will be third on the ballot. Sarah McLendon’s name will be first on the ballot. The four candidates are running for three at-large positions on the Pinehurst City Council. Matthew Chandler the incumbent from the third seat resigned from the council on February 2.
Persons interested in helping to run Pinehurst have five more days to submit an application for the City Administrator’s position. Current City Administrator Joe Parkhurst handed his letter of resignation to the city council January 27 stating he would step down from the position in the very near future. Parkhurst indicated he would stay to help choose and then train his replacement. Cormier estimates about 20 applications for city administrator have been received by Pinehurst so far. The deadline for submitting an application is 5:00 PM on March 9.

Crawfish can be tasty but dead crawfish all over a restaurant will hurt the business's health inspection. County Health Inspector James Scales visited 12 food-related businesses during the latter part of February and the lowest score, 73, went to Kajun Seafood and Wing II on Park Avenue. Scales cited the dead crawfish and said the entire restaurant needs to be cleaned. Only two places received perfect scores, but overall the scores were high. The perfect ratings went to Bridge City Elementary School and Big Lots on MacArthur Drive. In addition, Scales made a pre-opening inspection without a score for Judice's Cajun Cafe on Texas Avenue in Bridge City. The scores and demerits are:
The Hut, 1804 16th Street in Orange: 97. Floors near the pit needed to be cleaned.
Weisman Food Mart, 2323 Lutcher Drive in Orange: 97. The area under milk in the walk-in cooler needed to be cleaned of old milk.
Paul's Seafood Connection, 7226 Highway 12 in Vidor: 97. Floors under and behind equipment needed to be cleaned of trash and dirt. The vents and area around the fryers needed to be cleaned of grease.
Dollar General, 2500 MLK Drive in Pinehurst: 97. The shelves inside the milk cooler needed to be cleaned of old milk.
McDonald's, 755 Texas Avenue in Bridge City: 93. Food was stored on the floor inside the walk-in cooler and freezer. The kitchen and storage areas needed to be cleaned of old foods.
Burger Town, 6223 West Roundbunch Road in Orangefield: 90. Foods inside the reach-in freezers needed to be covered. The vents above the fryers and grill needed to be cleaned of old grease. Floors throughout the restaurant needed to be cleaned. Business did not have the required food service permit.
Casa Ole, 1015 North Main Street in Vidor: 84. Beef was found at unsafe temperatures. Employee jackets were stored on shelves in the dry storage area. Restrooms did not have hot water. Ceiling, walls, floors and equipment needed to be cleaned of old foods. Floors were missing grout and needed repairs.
Jack-in-the-Box, 2900 16th Street in Orange: 83. An employee drink was found without a lid and straw. Raw hamburger patties were on top of a box inside the freezer. Manager disposed the meat immediately. Several gaskets needed repairs. The door on the walk-in freezer was not closing completely. The motor in the walk-in freezer was dripping water onto the floor and ice was building up. Floors, walls and equipment needed to be cleaned. Also the reach-in cooler and freezer needed to be cleaned along with vents above the grill. Damaged ceiling tiles had block mold. Inspector found lots of maintenance issues and reported that general clean-up is needed.
Kajun Seafood and Wing II, 1102 West Park Avenue in Orange: 73. Chicken was found at unsafe temperature. Employee drinks did not have lids and straws. Foods in the cooler and freezer needed to be labeled and dated. Foods were defrosting in containers on the floor. Several dead crawfish were found throughout the building. The entire restaurant needed to be cleaned, including floors, walls, vents above fryers, and storage equipment. Storage racks were rusted and needed to be cleaned.

Two people robbed the Foodmart store on FM1130 across the street from Beagle Rd. in Little Cypress Monday. Both had masks and guns when they robbed the clerk just after 9pm.

The Lutcher Theater regrets announcing Dancing Pros Live, scheduled for March 10, 2015 has been canceled. A cancelation of Dancing Pros Live performances by another Texas venue has resulted in the cancelation of the Lutcher Theater's performance. Patrons with tickets for this show may contact the Lutcher Theater Box Office for a refund at 409-886-5535 beginning Tuesday, March 3, 2015.

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A woman working the night shift at the Flying J truck stop had a large amount of cash stolen from her car. Orange police went to the business at 7112 Interstate 10 at 7:30 Monday morning. The woman said she got off work and discovered someone had broken the back window of the 1996 sedan. The money in various bills was in a white envelope and hidden. Officer L.T. Holland reported that the only thing missing from the car was the cash.

A clerk at Cypress Plaza, 1610 W. Park Avenue, called police at 11:30 p.m. Monday to report a stolen smart phone. The clerk said a man in the store took the phone from a counter. Police took store video surveillance recordings to look for the thief.

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An assistant principal for the Cedar Hill ISD in Dallas County is the lone finalist for superintendent in the West Orange-Cove school district. The WO-C board voted 4-3 to make Rickie Harris the lone finalist. After 21 days Harris (pictured with his wife Shalawn) will officially become the new superintendent. Harris has been an educator for 14 years. He has a bachelor's degree in secondary education and a master's degree in school leadership, both from Abilene Christian University. He also is certified by the Texas Education Agency to be a superintendent. Cedar Hill is a 5-A school district while WO-C is a 3-A district. Board President Pete Amy praised Harris for his enthusiasm. He said Harris already has "an entry plan developed and is ready to put it into place upon his arrival." The vote for Harris was approved by Amy, and trustees Sarah Jefferson-Simon, Eric Mitchell and Ruth Hancock. Board Vice President Bryan "Chop" Thomas Muhammad made a motion to hire Travis Weatherspoon as superintendent before the vote on Harris. Trustees Nathaniel Colbert and the Rev. Hardy O'Neal voted with Muhammad for Weatherspoon. After the meeting, Muhammad said he supported Weatherspoon because he has experience as a superintendent and an assistant superintendent. In addition, Weatherspoon spent 14 years in the WO-C school district and has ties to Orange back four generations. "He is a well-rounded, well-known person," he said. In addition, Weatherspoon has experience working with special education. Muhammad said the district at this time needs someone with that knowledge. People in the community supported Weatherspoon, he said. "I make votes for the people who put me in office," he said. Muhammad said he will support Harris. "Now it's time for us to go forward," he said. Harris has worked in the Cedar Hill, Itasca, Hillsboro, and Wilmer-Hutchins school districts in Texas. His experience includes high school principal, coordinator of alternative programs, biology teacher and coach. In addition, he has coached football at the collegiate level. He and his wife have two children.

The West Orange-Cove CISD had two late filings Friday. The deadline for filing for the two open full-term positions was Friday. Filing will be open until March 9 for the year left on an unexpired term of the late Mary Kirksey. Nathaniel Colbert Jr., who was appointed to Kirksey's seat by the school board last July, has filed. His opponents at this time are Carmen Purgahn, Linda Platt-Bryant and Dawn M. Fusilier. John H. Smith Jr. filed to run for one of the two at-large positions open on the board. Also running are Demetrius D. Hunter, Rickey Blagburn, incumbent Eric Mitchell, Roderick Robertson and John H. Gray Jr.

Orange police arrested a Louisiana woman in connection with more than two pounds of cocaine in duffle bag. The bag had been discarded off Interstate 10 after a collision Sunday morning. Officer J.T. Gillen said he was called to assist the Texas Department of Public safety at the scene of the accident, in the eastbound interstate lane at the Highway 62 overpass about 8 a.m. A wrecker driver showed the officer a pink and gray duffle bag that had been thrown to the side. Officer Gillen said the bag was dry even though a heavy rain had passed through. A woman who had been driving a 2006 Infinity that had front-end damage denied the bag was hers. Gillen said he found the cocaine wrapped in plastic and duct tape. Detective Captain Cliff Hargrave said the powder cocaine was a kilo. The metric amount is about 2.2 pounds. 25-year-old Kiera Simone Levine of Abbeville, Louisiana, was taken to the Orange County Jail for felony possession of a controlled substance.

Police believe the same white man wearing an Old Navy hoodie sweatshirt robbed the same convenience store for the second time during the weekend and attempted to rob another one. Pinehurst Police Chief Fred Hanauer said the man robbed the Kwick Stop at 1427 Strickland Drive at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. The chief said the man appeared to be the same one whom robbed the store 33 hours earlier at 5:25 a.m. Friday morning. Both times the man acted as if he had a pistol inside the sweatshirt pointed at the clerk. Both times the robber got cash and fled.
Orange Police Detective Captain Cliff Hargrave said he believes the same man tried to rob a convenience store at 1801 DuPont Drive at 7:47 p.m. Sunday. The white man was wearing an Old Navy hoodie. Captain Hargrave said the would-be robber pointed a finger inside the sweatshirt to threaten the clerk. The clerk told him "you've got to be kidding" and the man in the hoodie left without getting anything.

Vandals did about $6,500 worth of damage to the old Long’s Warehouse building at 200 15th Street, according to Orange police. Police were called to the site at 12:33 p.m. Saturday and found signs of a forced entry. The inside was in complete disarray. In addition, four long-bladed knives were missing.

After 37 years, Glenda's Bake A Cake in West Orange is shutting its doors. The family of Glenda Kinder would like to sincerely thank the people of Orange County for all the love and support over these many years, and for allowing Glenda and her staff to participate in the best days of your lives in some small way. It was her greatest joy to make beautiful cakes for you.

Katie Fusilier Rather, Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Lamar State College - Orange (LSC-O), recently had the opportunity to be a presenter at the 15th Annual Texas A&M Assessment Conference. In response to the conference theme “Celebrating Fifteen Years,” Rather and co-presenter Dr. Beth Wuest, Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness at Texas State University, San Marcos, developed their poster presentation to focus on the “Top 15 Tips for Creating a Culture of Assessment.”
Attendees of the conference were invited to reflect on the current state and future of higher education and accountability during the February 23 presentation.
The conference also served as an opportunity for the exchange of ideas and interaction among colleagues regarding their experiences with assessment at their institutions. Rather’s presentation and attendance at the conference garnered insight and new knowledge of assessment methods and techniques to positively affect the assessment and continuous improvement efforts at LSC-O.

Members of the Gate City Masonic Lodge and their families took on cleaning up Simmons Drive Saturday morning. They were among hundreds of community volunteers Saturday picking up trash and garbage for the 20th Annual clean-up sponsored by Shangri La. This year the group concentrated on the Sabine River instead of Adams Bayou. Boaters took crews out into the river. Other groups of volunteers spread across Orange, West Orange and Pinehurst. Trash on streets washes into drainage ditches and culverts and often ends up in the river or bayou.
Meet Daisy she is a four month old Chocolate Lab mixed. She was surrender by her owner to the shelter in hopes she can find a home with room to allow her to run and have fun. If you are interested in Daisy please contact the City of Orange Animal Shelter @ 409-988-7464. The City of Orange Animal Shelter adoption hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. till 10:00 a.m. And from 3:00 p.m. till 5:00 p.m. Adoption Fee: $98.00 for First Rabies shot and the Spay for the pet.

Team Extreme from Horizons All-Star competitive cheerleaders has won the NCA All-Star Sr.3 National Championship. The team competed this weekend in Dallas at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in a two day event. The event was the largest in the companies history with 23,363 athletes, 1,340 teams from 38 states and 7 countries. Team members are Aliya Benton, Haley Boudreaux, Caryss Carpenter, Evvy Champagne, Reese Cricchio, Michaela Dearing, Kati Foskey, Kennedy Franklin, Alyssa Fukuda, Courtney Green, Mallory Green, Shelby Green, Chloe Huff, Jenna Kroutter, Allie Landry, Maggie Lavergne, Emily Lyons, Makenzie Martin, Reagan Odom, Kenedee Richard, Kelsey Smith, Maddie Thibodeaux and Bailey Williams.

For the second time is as many days, the Kwick Stop #2, located at 1427 Strickland Drive in Pinehurst was robbed. On Saturday, Feb. 28 at 8:30 p.m., a white male entered the convenience store. He approached the counter and placed several items down as if to pay for them. He then demanded cash from the register while indicating he had a weapon in his pocket. The clerk complied. The suspect, who is believed to be the same person that robbed the store the day before, left with an unknown amount of money. The suspect, who police have tentatively identified and whose name is being withheld pending formal charges, is also a person of interest in a robbery and attempted robbery of two other convenience stores in Orange County also occurring the previous day. He remains at large.

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Orange County’s elderly and disabled in need of assistance with energy bills have a new friend who can help. Friends Helping Friends, a nonprofit organization that has helped Orange County residents for nearly 30 years, has picked up the administrative reins of Entergy Texas, Inc.’s equally long-running program, The Power to Care. The Power to Care will pay two energy bills per year for qualified elderly and/or disabled customers who may need help. Those applying for assistance have bene going to the Orange County Chapter, American Red Cross. A recent reorganization, however, led to the need for a new partner to qualify applicants and distribute funds to those in need in Orange County. “We are delighted to partner with Friends Helping Friends to make sure the funds we provide remain available to our Orange County customers,” said Paula Odom, customer service specialist for Entergy Texas. “Over the last three years, The Power to Care has distributed almost $103,000 in energy bill assistance in Orange County. We average about 227 clients a year.”

The St. Mary Catholic School Student Council attended the 2015 Texas Association of Student Councils, District 17 Spring Convention at the Beaumont Civic Center. The council received Outstanding Student Council, Outstanding Energy & Environment, Outstanding Pride and Patriotism, Outstanding D.A.S.H. and Outstanding Community Service which qualified them for Sweepstakes status. The council will hold the office of secretary for the upcoming school year. Mrs. Angie K. Smith was elected as the TASC, District 17 Advisor of the Year. Pictured are Adrian Willingham, Krystal Lester, Shelby Smith, Mrs. Smith, Megan Do, Amber Lester, Elizabeth Johns, Jade Clark and Elizabeth Doan.

 - The Orange City Council will have an extra position up for election on May 9. District 2 Councilmember Tommy Ferguson filed to run for mayor Friday morning. City Secretary Rhonda Haskins said that triggered his resignation from District 2; however he will serve until a successor is chosen.
The Orange City Council has scheduled a called meeting at 8 a.m. Wednesday to set the special election for the District 2 seat. Haskins said the special election will be on May 9 with the other general city election. The city will open a special filing time for people running for District 2. Orange has four single-member districts. A council member for a district must live within the boundaries of the district. District 2 is the Little Cypress area.
The Orange council race has incumbent Mayor Jimmy Sims facing Ferguson and newcomer James "Jim" Bean. For the District 1 seat, retired Orange Police Department Captain Patrick A. Pullen is running against former councilmember Deborah Mitchell. Incumbent Theresa Beauchamp in ineligible because of term limits.
- The Bridge City ISD board election has two contested races. Judy Cole filed Friday to run for Place 2 against incumbent Kirk Ellender. Marla Zoch and Brad Thibodaux are running for Place 1. The incumbent of that seat, Lon Hubbard, is not running.
- The West Orange-Cove school board has five people running for the two open at-large seats for full, three-year terms. Incumbent Eric Mitchell is running but incumbent Pete Amy is not. The other candidates are John H. Gray Jr., Roderick Robertson, Rickey Blagburn and Demetrius D. Hunter. The district also has a special election to fill the one-year unexpired term of the late Mary Kirksey. Carmen Purgahn, Linda Platt-Bryant and Dawn M. Fusilier are running for that seat.
- The Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD will be able to cancel its May 9 election because none of the three open school board positions have contested races. Incumbents David Jones in Position 2 and Tammy Rountree in Position 4 filed. Aubrey Milstead is the only candidate for Position 5. Longtime incumbent of that position, Don Anderson, did not file.
- Orangefield and Deweyville have school board elections in November.

Filing ended Friday for municipal elections in May. Two candidates filed Friday in Pinehurst which means there will be an election between four candidates for three at-large positions on the Pinehurst city council. Former mayor T. W. Permenter and Sarah McClendon will join incumbents Dan Barclay and Dan Mohon on the May 9 ballot. In West Orange, Mayor Roy McDonald is running unopposed for another term. Two at-large positions on the council are on the ballot with three candidates. Former West Orange Mayor and recently retired county judge Carl Thibodeaux, Dr. Frances Lopez who has served previously on the city council, and Billie Trahan are seeking a seat on the West Orange City Council. Bridge City has three places on the ballot. In Place 1 David Rutledge is running unopposed. Tammi Fisette and Steve Quibodeaux are running in Place 3. Incumbent Richard Savoy is being opposed by Terri Gauthier for the Place 5 seat on the council in Bridge City. The elections will be Saturday, May 9, in all three cities.

As the filing deadline ended In Vidor Friday,  Councilman Robert Viator, Jr. is running against current Mayor Kenneth Crawford.  Kelly Carder has signed up to run for Ward 1 and Ted Slaughter for Ward 6.  There will be a contested race in Ward 4 between Matthew DeWitt and incumbent Michael Stephenson.  The Election is May 9.

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School students Spencer Johns and Vincent Hale earned first place in Declamation and Interpretive Reading, respectively, at the school-level finals of the 111th Miriam Lutcher Stark Contest in Reading and Declamation, a scholarship program sponsored by the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation. On Sunday, March 1, 2015, LCMHS students competed in the local-level contest, which was coordinated by sponsor Melanie Claybar. Johns won first place in Declamation with Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation, by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, while Hale won first place in Interpretive Reading with his presentation of The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe. Second place in Declamation went to Aaron Rose, with Connor Alexander receiving second-place honors in Interpretive Reading. (Left to Right): Connor Alexander: 2nd place, Interpretive Reading; 1st place Vincent Hale, Interpretive Reading; Spencer Johns: 1st place, Declamation; Aaron Rose: 2nd place, Declamation.

The LCM UIL Prose and Poetry team had a strong showing at the Sabine Pass UIL Academic Meet this past weekend. Placing in Finals (L to R) Meg Clark - 4th Poetry, Alex Borel - 1st Poetry, Connor Alexander - 1st Prose and Dalton Teeler - 2nd Prose. Additionally, the team captured the First Place Overall Speech Team Award. The students are coached by LCM Theatre Director Cory Broom and will travel to Brenham this weekend to compete against students from various schools across the state.

West Orange – Stark High School students swept the top three places in News Writing competition, as well as placed students in all journalism events, to win the Journalism team trophy at the Sabine Pass UIL Academic Meet this weekend. Brittany Barclay placed first in Feature Writing and Editorial Writing, second in News Writing and fourth in Headline Writing. Kaylyn Roberts placed first in News and sixth in Feature. Felicia Amy placed third in News and fourth in Feature. Emma Dorantes placed second in Editorial and Demaric Judge placed fifth in News Writing. Meri Elen Jacobs is the WO-S Journalism sponsor.
These LCM Student Musicians were selected to participate in the McNeese High School Honor Band. The students were chosen after being recommended by their band directors in December, and completing rigorous audition process. After participating this weekend, several of the students are now considering scholarship offers from McNeese State University. Students from Louisiana and Texas are invited to audition for the band. The students are given the opportunity to learn from guest conductors, musicians, clinicians and perform a concert. Back row: Chris Garber, Andrew Usie, Austin Slagle, Cody Giouard, Lincoln Causy, Sam Ross, Chris Cook. Front row: Jewell Weeks, Jackie Payne, Ashton Brock, Bree Russell, Jessica Longlois, Callie Choate, Jessica Robertson.
On Friday at 5:25 a.m., a white male entered the Kwick Stop convenience store located at 1427 Strickland Drive in Pinehurst. He approached the clerk and demanded cash from the register. His right hand was concealed in his clothing in a manner indicating he was holding a firearm. After receiving an unknown amount of U.S. Currency, he exited the business and left on foot. The suspect was wearing a blue “Old Navy” hoodie type pullover jacket, white tee shirt and what appears to be denim overalls or a similar type garment. He was wearing blue and white tennis shoes with a green logo on each side. Robbery is a 2nd degree felony punishable by 2 to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Anyone with information pertaining to this crime is urged to contact the Pinehurst Police Department at 409-886-2221.

Marriage License: Issued By The Office of Brandy Robertson, Orange County Clerk For the Week of February 23, 2015 thru February 27, 2015. Wilbert J. Adams and Mamie A. Hughey, Shawn M. Bussell and Lacey E. Mitchell, Eddie L. Hartford and Alma R. Mancha, Jefre K. Nance and Christina J. Cason, Alfonso Alvarez and Rita A Richo, Christopher R. Tucker and Katrina D. Vickers, Jonathan C. Watkins and Melissa J. Brown, Brandon S. Hardy and Brandy M. Fontenot, Vincent W. Bortz and Leigha M. Cryer, Larry W. Moncrief and Kimberly N. Walton, Lucas D. Scott Sr. and Miosiha L. Mitchell, Allen R. McElroy and Dorothy S. Maxwell, Patrick B. Richard Jr. and Rockki T. Trahan, Kenneth Budwine Jr. and Jacquenae D. Edwards, Brandon W. Schexnider and Lori E. Middleton.

On February 21, 2015, Troop 62 hosted the 3rd annual merit badge fair, which was held at North Orange Baptist Church. Over 250 scouts from local troops and as far away as the Houston area attended the full-day fair to achieve requirements in a wide range of merit badges such as Cooking, Chemistry, Fire Safety, American Heritage, Electricity, Law, Music, and more. Kent Welch volunteered his horse for the scouts taking the Horsemanship merit badge. The merit badge fair was a success thanks to local adults from the community, many not even associated with Boys Scouts organization, who volunteered their time and knowledge to teach a merit badge class. Recognition goes to Woody and Kim Cox (Merit Badge Fair Coordinators), Scott Boaz (Troop Committee Chairman), Karel Green (Troop Advancement Chairperson), Dennis Blowers (Troop 62 Scoutmaster), and the Troop 62 Committee Members for their time and effort to make this event a success for the many scouts who attended. Pictured are: Matthew Cox, Kent Welch, Risa Adams (Horsemanship Merit Badge Counselor), Josh Howard, and Ethan Beard.

The City of Orange Economic Development Corporation board and the City Council approved the first step of deal with businessman Mark Frey's new company to develop an RV park on Interstate 10. The deal includes an economic development grant of $250,000, with $50,000 to be repaid, plus some tax incentives. Hotel owners and managers, along with some managers of other RV parks objected to spending. Councilwoman Theresa Beauchamp, who also sits on the EDC board, said the park will not "have the kind of construction people that pull their (RVs) along and live in a park two or three months." She said people have RVs that cost $500,000 and the park will attract them. "Those kind of people are usually older and upscale," she said. The economic development money would include $75,000 to demolish the motel, which is now vacant. In addition, $175,000 would be used for infrastructure improvements to water, sewer and drainage. Jack Patel, owner of the Holiday Inn Express, said he objects to the city paying for the demolition of the old motel. He said the bank which has taken ownership of the land should be responsible for the demolition. Patel told the EDC board that he is responsible for the land he owns and that if his grass grows too long, the city sends him a letter telling him to mow. Frey formed a limited liability corporation, Outdoor Hospitality, for the business. He plans to spend at least $1.53 million on the construction. The park will have landscape paver driveways, lush landscaping, gated security fencing, landscape and parking lot lighting. The resort will also have a swimming pool, hot tub, cabana, dog park, shower house, restrooms and laundry facilities. A small retail shop will also be on the premises along with a “rally barn” with full kitchen. Frey said the park will not resemble any of the other RV parks in Orange County because the City of Orange has strict rules for the parks. Those rules, he said, include paved driveways, lighting and water and sewer service to each RV pad. Frey said he has worked with a consultant on the plans for five years. only carries summations of news stories.  For the full story including interviews, tune in to KOGT Vocal News at 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, and 11:50am, as well as 4:30 and 5:30pm weekdays.

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