Texas City is finalizing details of a new online code violation reporting and tracker system that should make it easier for residents to file complaints, said Shelia Dixon, code enforcement director, at Wednesday’s regular commissioners meeting.

Kathryn Eastburn: 409-683-5257; kathryn.eastburn@galvnews.com.

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Faye Leonhardt

The state funded program will reward Valero with $2,500 for every job created or retained at its Texas City location with a total limit of $1.125 million in potential collection of state benefits. Why should the state pay them ANYTHING? They're making millions as it is. That money should be used for belping our veterans, the poor not bribing a huge conglomerate company that's already sued the city over taxes and won. The city always gets screwed by the refineries in more ways than one.

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