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Republic Waste has sustained damage at their facility as a result of the storm and the landfill is not accessible at this time. Many homes in our area have had some flooding and we anticipate residents will begin placing storm debris at the curb. In order to speed up the process for our collection crews and ensure that your debris is able to be picked up,

In Our Prayers

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On Sep 10, 2017

In Our Prayers is a free service offered by The Post to the Galveston County community each Sunday and records the known passing of citizens up to the previous Thursday. Mourners wishing to publish ad

AM I YOURS?

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On Sep 10, 2017

More than 80 pets have been recovered in the wake of Harvey. I visited the Galveston County Animal Rescue Center and met several of them today. All of them were happy, smiling and wanting some attenti

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Hurricane Harvey is still wreaking havoc on the State of Texas. The recovery will take years. One organization has been preparing to assist it’s victims since it formed over the Yucatan Peninsula two weeks ago – The Jesse Tree. Lists and suggestions to assist in evacuation and re-entry were updated, improved and added to the website. And Harvey represents a perfect opportunity to field test The Jesse Tree’s newest technologic development, The Jesse Tree App.
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