Galveston Beach Access Plan
Galveston Planning Director Wendy O'Donohoe has informed City Manager Steve LeBlanc, Mayor Lyda Ann Thomas and other members of Galveston City Council that the Texas General Land Office has filed the city's Beach Access Plan in the Texas Registry.
"It is my understanding that the entire plan will be granted full certification with the exception of the east end (Access Points 1: Apffel Park thru Access Point 2: Stewart Beach), which will be conditionally certified pending an amendment from the City within 180 days," O'Donohoe said. "The specific requirements will be stated in the filing documents."
The schedule that was published in today's Gulf Coast E-News had mistakes. Below is the corrected and updated schedule
Thursday, July 1
8:00 Galveston Park Board of Trustees Special Meeting Retreat, Moody Mansion
10:00 Southeast Texas Regional Airport Ribbon Cutting for New Airport Traffic Control Tower, 4875 Parker Drive, Beaumont
12:00 Galveston Island Pachyderm Club, Gaido's Restaurant. Patent Attorney Bill Glenn will speak
3:30 Galveston Finance and Fiscal Affairs Committee, City Hall Room 204
4:00 Galveston Landmark Commission Workshop, Council Chambers
5:00 Galveston Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting for Galveston Island Tours, 2021 Strand
6:00 Kemah City Council and Kemah Economic Development Corporation
7:30 "America the Beautiful 2004!" Galveston Island Musicals at Moody Gardens Convention Center
8:00 "Steel Magnolias," Island Etc., 2002 Postoffice, Galveston
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