Category Archives: Desalination

While Texas Infrastructure Continues To Degrade Federal Money Could Be On The Way To Help

by Matt Pierce Briscoe Many Texans can remember a time when the Texas infrastructure was among the best in the nation. Now if you look around it is among the worst. Roads and bridges are crumbling and access to basic modern systems and services are at an all-time low. On Monday, President Joe Biden announced his infrastructure report explaining the

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Smith Secures His Seat After Surviving Runoff With A Political Newcomer In Paxson

Matt Pierce Briscoe Corpus Christi councilman Greg Smith was able to handily fend off his challenger, Kaylynn Paxson Tuesday in a runoff for the District 4 city council seat.  Smith, who was largely out campaigned, was able to rally his supporters by a hearty number on Tuesday to get to the polls in support of his efforts. Paxson, who fell

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Guajardo Defeats Incumbent McComb For Mayor of Corpus Christi

Matt Pierce Briscoe Corpus Christi residents have elected a new mayor, handing a defeat to incumbent Mayor Joe McComb in favor of his challenger, Paulette Guajardo, in a runoff race defined by accusations of corruption, coronavirus and dirty politics. McComb, who was mayor of the Coastal Texas city beginning back in May of 2018 after taking over from Dan McQueen

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City to hold town hall meetings to discuss desalination

Officials with the city of Corpus Christi will be hosting a set of town hall style meetings regarding desalination. The virtual meetings will be held on: Tuesday, October 6, 2020                       Thursday, October 8, 2020                       Monday, October 12, 2020                       Wednesday, October 14, 2020 The meetings will be virtual meetings and

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