Residents of Flour Bluff demand action against unleashed, hostile dogs in their community

In Flour Bluff, a close-knit community is grappling with an unsettling issue: packs of unrestrained and aggressive dogs terrorizing the neighborhood, leading to tragic encounters. This growing concern has united local women, who now demand action to address this dangerous situation. Their plea follows multiple distressing incidents where pets have fallen victim to these marauding canines, highlighting a problem that extends beyond mere nuisance...

Future Prospects for the Composting Facility in Corpus Christi

The City Council of Corpus Christi is poised to greenlight the second phase of a groundbreaking compost facility project this Tuesday, marking a significant step in the city's environmental initiatives. This crucial vote sets in motion the design phase of the facility, paving the way for its construction, which is to reach completion by February 2025. Corpus Christi lacks a dedicated composting facility, and establishing this new site is...

Litter Carried by Poesta Creek in Beeville Following Recent Rainfalls

It's evident that Bee County, located within the Coastal Bend region, has recently experienced unprecedented rainfall, surpassing other communities in the area. This surge in precipitation has led to a rise in water levels, unveiling a significant and unpleasant problem in Beeville: an accumulation of trash, particularly noticeable along Poesta Creek. South Tyler Street, which intersects Poesta Creek, has become a focal point for observing this...

Coastal Bend Agriculture Experiences a Positive Beginning Amid Ongoing Rains

Jaime Lopez, the Agricultural Agent for Nueces County, has highlighted the severe challenges cattle ranchers face over the past two years. These challenges were primarily due to a persistent drought that forced many ranchers to sell off large portions of their herds. Lopez remarked on the severity of the situation, noting, "Our cattle numbers are probably the lowest we've had in probably 50 years." This drought didn't just affect the cattle...

City Council Advances Plans for $757 Million Desalination Plant

On Tuesday, a significant decision was made by the Corpus Christi City Council regarding the city's water infrastructure. The council voted to advance the development of a desalination plant at the Inner Harbor site. This move involves seeking permits, grants, and loans to bring this project to fruition. The approved plan outlines an ambitious scope for the desalination plant, aiming to process 30 million gallons of water per day, a significant...
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