GALVESTON — If you drove down Seawall Boulevard on Wednesday, you probably couldn’t help but notice that parking spaces were already being claimed by trucks, trailers and recreational vehicles. (I think I saw one very large smoker sitting there in fog when I drove past around 6 p.m.)
In a post on their official blog today, the Houston Zoo reported that someone had removed some of the sea turtle awareness signs that the zoo had recently put up on the beach in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Winter Storm Watch in effect for all of southeast Texas, including Galveston County, has been upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning. Some uncertainty remains on exactly what we will see tomorrow due to a somewhat drier outlook overall. Still, the chances for freezing rain, sleet and snow remain.
The Texas Department of Transportation is threatening to release the names of more than 28,000 vehicle owners who collectively owe more that $27 million in unpaid tolls to the state.
GALVESTON — The city council will consider a resolution this week to join in a county program that would help the city collect unpaid traffic tickets.