Archive - May 16, 2012 - News Article
While the focus of Tuesday nightâ€™s public meeting hosted by the Texas Department of Transportation was to introduce improvements to the coming U.S. Highway 87 relief route, that didnâ€™t stop local residents from showing their concern for the possible economic impact the route could have on Big Spring.
According to Blair Haynie, director of transportation planning and development for TxDOT, the public meeting was necessary because changes were made to the future roadwayâ€™s design.
Contributions to the community donâ€™t go ignored.
Friday at 6:30 p.m., Dr. Keith Graumann will be recognized for his contribution to the community at the Good Scout Award Dinner. Following the reception, dinner will be served and the program will begin at 7 p.m. at the Big Spring Country Club.
â€śA committee looks at several different people who have made contributions to the community and this year they selected Dr. Graumann,â€ť Brian Sweeney, district executive of Big Spring Boy Scouts of America, said. â€śHe has gone over the top the whole time he has been in the community.â€ť
Reorganization of the board is among the business set before Coahoma Independent School District trustees Thursday.
The board convenes at 7 p.m. in the faculty dining room at Coahoma Elementary School.
Early on, trustees will canvass last Saturdayâ€™s board election, which unofficially witnessed incumbents Brian Moore, Jody Reid and Alan Wright retain their seats, despite a chose challenge from Leslie Tindol, Gerald King and Paul Lewis.