|06/11/2013||Bids Sought On Greenville, Texas, Street Improvement Program|
June 11--GREENVILLE -- The City of Greenville is seeking bids from companies interested in performing maintenance work to some two dozen local streets.
|06/10/2013||EPA Says Texas Needs $34B For Water Needs|
June 10--Texas could use $34 billion to fix or replace aging pipelines, treatment plants and other water infrastructure over the next two decades, according to a federal survey released Tuesday.
|06/10/2013||Eyes Of Texas Are On The Gulf For Drinking Water|
June 10--The wicked drought gripping Texas has made one thing clear to Bill West: There is not enough water to meet new urban demands and competing environmental needs.
|06/09/2013||Greenville, L-3 Agree On Municipal Airport Project|
June 09--GREENVILLE -- City officials and L-3 Communications/Mission Integration have apparently agreed on another project at Majors Field, the City of Greenville Municipal Airport.
|06/08/2013||State, Federal Funding An Option For Lubbock-Area Courthouse Renovations|
June 08--Restoration projects at historical South Plains court houses could receive a financial boost from the state and federal government -- if the money is there.
|06/06/2013||Halff Associates Engineers New Comprehensive Plan For Harlingen, Texas|
June 06--HARLINGEN -- Harlingen will soon have a new comprehensive plan.
|06/05/2013||Odessa Shopping Center Set For September Groundbreaking|
June 05--Northeast Odessa will see yet another shopping center opening up along Texas Highway 191 early next year.
|06/05/2013||Mission, Texas, Mayor Pitches $14.2M Road Improvement Project|
June 05--MISSION -- Mayor Norberto "Beto" Salinas wants to widen Taylor Road from Business 83 to about Lark Avenue, a $14.2 million project that would transform the narrow rural road into a major north-south artery.
|06/04/2013||LCRA Water Plan Needs More Study, Texas Agency Says|
June 04--Texas' environmental agency is putting the brakes on a long-term plan for managing Central Texas' main water supply, saying Monday that the managers of the Highland Lakes may not be adequately accounting for the kind of drought now affecting the region.
|06/04/2013||Texas Lawmakers Hope To Revive $2B University Construction Bond Plan|
June 04--Proposals for more than $2 billion in public university construction bonds fizzled in the final days of the Texas Legislature's regular session.
|06/03/2013||Opposition Forming To Massive Texas Water Plan|
June 03--AUSTIN -- After pushing a landmark water initiative through the 83rd Legislature, proponents are now gearing up for their next challenge -- selling the package to voters.
|05/30/2013||Pharr, Texas, Breaks Ground On Produce Park|
May 30--PHARR -- Crates of onions, tomatoes, squash and limes served as the backdrop for a groundbreaking Wednesday morning for the Pharr Produce District.
|06/04/2013||Keene, Texas, Officials Call For New City Hall Facility|
June 04--Whether to build or move into an existing space has been a key issue.
|06/01/2013||Texas-to-California Pipeline Idea Shelved|
DALLAS (AP) - Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP said Friday it has shelved plans for a pipeline carrying crude oil from Texas to California because refineries weren't interested enough.
|06/01/2013||Lubbock Officials, Utility At Odds Over $4M Project Escalation|
June 01--What started as a $1.75 million project to renovate an aging, 42-year-old Lubbock Power & Light water cooling tower evolved into much more with a late-night emergency fix last summer to keep the tower from toppling.
|05/29/2013||Texas Senators Devise Another Road-Funding Plan: Use Oil And Gas Taxes|
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|05/29/2013||Orange City Council Awards Cooper's Gully Pump Station Rehab Project|
May 29--ORANGE -- The Orange City Council and the Orange Economic Development Corporation started the council Tuesday evening meeting with an Executive Closed Session concerning the 15th Street Infrastructure improvements.
|05/29/2013||Incentive Package For 4-Star Hotel near El Paso Airport Approved|
May 29--A four-star hotel, restaurants, bars and other entertainment space will soon be under construction near the airport after the City Council on Tuesday approved an incentive package for their development.
|05/28/2013||UTB Tuition Revenue Bonds Stall in Legislature|
May 28--The legislation that would provide funds for a new campus for the University of Texas at Brownsville failed to pass during the Texas Legislature's final hours Monday evening.
|05/27/2013||Truluck's Planning Expansion In Austin Warehouse District|
May 27--Business is booming in downtown Austin's Warehouse District.
|05/26/2013||Event Center Construction Stalled At Weslaco City Hall|
Attorney Rick Talbert advised the corporation in a meeting May 15 that he was concerned about legal implications if already-bid plans to build out the southeast portion of City Hall as an event center remain stalled too long.
|05/24/2013||Austin Building Permit Reviewer Suspected Of Taking Money To Rush Applications|
May 24--Last year, as the wait to obtain residential building permits ballooned to several months, city officials began to suspect one of the employees reviewing those permits of illegally taking money to approve applications.
|05/24/2013||Rio Grande Valley Transmission Project Gets OK|
May 24--The Rio Grande Valley's power supply will be less vulnerable to coastal storms once an additional transmission line from the Laredo area to the Valley is complete.
|05/24/2013||Texas Railroad Commission Approves New Standards For Well Construction|
May 24--The Texas Railroad Commission on Friday adopted additional well construction rules that specify casing, cementing and other standards aimed at ensuring that hydraulic fracturing operations do not impact groundwater or injection wells.
|05/29/2013||Foreign Leaders Back Private Development Of Transportation Projects|
LEIPZIG, Germany _ Ministers from 54 nations last week opened the door to worldwide expanded private development of toll roads, rail lines and other projects.