Officials believe they can vaccinate every teacher in the county who wants a shot by the end of next week, they said.
A chief architect of the move toward deregulation, however, advocates some caution before conclusions and calls for reregulating the state's electric market.
Although most agree it's time to update the soccer complex for local children, the question remains about whether to turn the field into something more to attract visitors who stay awhile and spend money on the island.
A project to develop the East End Lagoon has been in the works for a decade. Now, there's some funding available.
Under the program, residents will receive a rebate of 50 percent of the price of a qualifying toilet tank or bowl, up to $100 for the first toilet, $75 for the second toilet and $50 for the third, each for a separate bathroom, said Sarah Greer Osborne, spokeswoman for the city.
Some business owners ready for profits to reach pre-COVID levels are greeting the news eagerly, while others worry removing the government mandate will make it more difficult to enforce orders they still want to keep.
The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Texas will present J.P. Bryan, owner of The Bryan Museum, 1315 21st St. in Galveston, its Award for Distinction in Historic Preservation, according to organizers of the virtual event set for April 7.
The school district and Moody Early Childhood Center will next talk about whether the 21st Street center should also teach all district 4-year-olds.