TEXAS CITY

When Jeremy Nolan bought his house on 22nd Avenue in Texas City in 2016, he planned for the dilapidated residence to become his family’s home.

Aaron West: 409-683-5246; aaron.west@galvnews.com

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James Lippert

Government overreach seems to becoming endemic in the County of Galveston. Indeed many citizens appeared in Galveston Commissioners Court on Jan-28th to protest proposed “FEMA Floodplain Regulations”, which would have greatly restricted property owners and tenants rights in unincorporated Galveston County. A review of the proposed Regulations revealed that many of the most onerous terms in the proposed Regulations WERE NOT part of any FEMA requirement, they were in fact cooked up elsewhere. Citizens have requested and Precinct 1 Galveston County Commissioner Daryl Apffel agreed to hold a Public Forum this Wednesday Feb-13th at Bayside Community Center at 4833 10th St. in Bacliff at 6:00PM.

Michelle Aycoth

The house in the picture does not look bad.
Something not right here.
Andrew Aycoth

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