first_img RelatedLV considering new city hallBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS Laguna Vista officials will enter discussions to purchase a building to serve as a new city hall. Town Council members Tuesday directed City Manager Rolando Vela to begin talks for the lease or purchase of a 4,784 square-foot building on Santa Isabel Blvd. Property…February 15, 2019In “News”Laguna Vista eyes upgrade to Sports ParkBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS An upgrade to the Sports Park located on Hibiscus Street in Laguna Vista is under consideration here by Town officials. With high usage of the popular Roloff Park basketball court, Mayor Susie Houston proposed improvements to the Sports Park at Tuesday’s Town Council meeting.…June 17, 2016In “News”Laguna Vista disaster declaration filedBy Martha McClain Special to the PRESS Laguna Vista Mayor Susie Houston this Tuesday signed a disaster declaration for the Town to help contain the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) now affecting this country The public health emergency declaration, which is scheduled to expire in seven days, is not a cause…March 21, 2020In “News” By MARTHA McCLAINSpecial to the PRESSSeed money to potentially launch the creation of a new public park in Laguna Vista was planted here recently by two civic-minded residents, according to Mayor Susie Houston.Liza and Jerry Harbin gifted $15,000 to the Town of Laguna Vista to assist in efforts to acquire property for a new community-wide park and for marina improvements.  Last week, the Town Council unanimously adopted a resolution to create a money market account for the project funds.“Liza called and said she knew the town was looking for some property for a park,” Houston said. “She thought a donation would help the Town write a grant to find funds to help us procure acreage,” she said. “They (Liza and Jerry Harbin) are civic-minded, caring people,” she added.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Sharelast_img read more

first_img(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/22/2019-6AM-PHOTOS COURTESY OF WLAF’S CHARLOTTE UNDERWOOD AND MANDI RODRIGUEZ WITH THE CITY OF LAFOLLETTE) Certificates of Appreciation were presented to the Campbell County High School JROTC (above) and the Campbell County High School Band (below).  In the above photo, (left to right) Gabe Morton, Danny Mculley, Mike Stanfield and Lonnie “Hot Rod” Wilson, along with the Campbell County ROTC as Morton accepts the certificate on behalf of the JROTC.  The photo below shows veterans La Follette Mayor Mike Stanfield (left) and US Army Sergeant Danny McCulley (right) preparing to present the certificate to the CCHS Band.JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County High School Band students and members of the Campbell County High School JROTC received a certificate of appreciation from the City of LaFollette on Wednesday afternoon.    Mayor Mike Stanfield, Danny Mculley and Lonnie Hot Rod Wilson presented the award to the students. “Both the band and the ROTC students are great about helping the city with our events and we wanted to show them we appreciate them in return,”  Stanfield said. Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more