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02-02-2015 The Facts page 5B

Notice of Public Hearing regarding regulatory signs to: all persons residing in Commissioners Court of Brazoria County, Texas and all persons using Brazoria County roads.

A Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at the Commissioner's Court at 9 a.m. BEFORE the regular court. It will concern posting of temporary regulatory signs on county roads utilized for access to construction projects. It will deal with : speed limit signs, stop signs, no parking signs, and load limit signs.



02-09-2015 
 
From: discussion group for greater Houston conservation [mailto:HABITATHOUSTON@listserv.tamu.edu] On Behalf Of Amanda Fuller
Sent: Friday, February 6, 2015 11:46 AM
To: HABITATHOUSTON@listserv.tamu.edu
Subject: [HabitatHouston] February 18th public meeting
Houston and Galveston groups,
EPA and the Ocean Conservancy are hosting a public meeting in Galveston (information below and attached) on February 18th regarding the 50 proposals currently in front of the RESTORE Council for the development of the draft Funded Priorities List (FPL) from the pot 2 Council Allocation. These meetings are taking place in all Gulf states. Word is that the format will not be the usual 3 minutes at the microphone, but rather break out groups to discuss the types of restoration programs and projects desired in our community, with a report going to the Council afterwards. I hope you will consider attending and inviting others.
Texas
Wednesday February 18, 2015
Galveston College, Building #7, Room SW-101B,
4015 Ave Q
Galveston, TX 77550
Thank you,
Amanda Fuller, Esq.
Deputy Director
Gulf of Mexico Restoration Program
National Wildlife Federation (NWF)
(512) 610-7773 phone
(281) 773-3202 mobile
 
 

 
Here's a couple photos taken yesterday around 1pm...at the SB mouth....and one taken along the beach between Sargent and the SB.


 Also one taken over the Brazos mouth.

The seaweed is still thick and black  along the beaches but looks like fewer seaweed rafts offshore.
Those dark  areas offshore are cloud shadows.
 The green water  looks to be less than  a half mile offshore.
Bert



 Mike Holmes Texas Hunt Fish Click HERE 
2014 Hurricane Guide click HERE


2-28-2014: The Facts: San Bernard fix in the works


Mike Holmes Texas Hunt Fish  click HERE
 

 
To monitor water movement at the Brazos Floodgates, go to: http://www.swg.usace.army.mil/BusinessWithUs/OperationsDivision/BrazosRiverFloodgatesSummary.aspx 

(This article and previous ones can be found on tPrevious Articles)

Pictures of the San Bernard River mouth have been moved to page "Mouth Pictures".