A district court judge Tuesday dismissed a case arguing the city and Mardi Gras promoter Yaga’s Entertainment couldn’t shut down streets and charge the public to enter the public roads.

Keri Heath: 409-683-5241; or on Twitter @HeathKeri. 

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(7) comments

Mary Branum

Congratulations Mike and many thanks to the City

jonathan marquez

Great news! Won’t be getting anymore burgers from him.

Bailey Jones

"governmental immunity" - where can I get some of that?

Robert White

Wonderful news for everyone who loves festivals! Happy Mardi Gras! Let the good times ROLL!

mark jones

Galveston citizens must pay Mike Dean to enter their own public streets. People are happy for that?

Michelle Robach

No kidding. Who wants to pay Mike to be on a public street and why should we?

mark jones

The motorcycle event stays in downtown Galveston. People are happy for that?

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