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Archives for December 2012

CITY OF LAREDO CLOSURE NOTICE

Courtesy Xochitl Mora,   (Laredo, Tx)-City of Laredo Administrative Offices will be closed on Tuesday January 1, 2013 in observance of New Year’s Day.   Protective and emergency services will be operational.  Please be aware that there will be NO trash, recycling or lawn clippings collection service on Tuesday.  Garbage and recycling collection schedule will resume on

City of Laredo Public Works Crews Work to Affect Traffic Along Calton Road to Pita Drive

Courtesy Xochitl Mora, (Laredo, Tx)-Taking advantage of the minimal traffic due to the holidays, City of Laredo Public Works crews began enhancing both eastbound lanes of Calton Road, east of Springfield and Zacate Creek up to Pita Drive.  Weather permitting, the work will continue until next week, Friday, January 4, 2013.  Drivers are asked to

OTO RECAP: Aeromexico Airlines Arrives in Laredo with Inaugural Flight

Courtesy Xochitl Mora, (Laredo, Tx)-City of Laredo officials and administrators were on hand to welcome the inaugural Aeromexico Airlines flight from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico to Laredo, Texas, U.S.A.  The first flight leaving Laredo to Monterrey immediately followed.  Thus began daily service between the two cities, called “Sister Cities” by Jaime Bernal, director for international

PHOTO RECAP: South Laredo Waste Water Treatment Plant Groundbreaking

(Laredo, Tx)-City of Laredo officials and administrators were on hand to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony for the soon to be expanded South Laredo Waste Water Treatment Plant.  Present at the  official groundbreaking ceremony were (L to R): City of Laredo Utilities Director Tomas Rodriguez; Assistant City Manager Jesus Olivares; Camp, Dresser, McKee Client Service Manager

TXDOT, DPS WARN DRIVERS TO SLOW DOWN, PAY ATTENTION THROUGH WORK ZONES AS CRASHES INCREASE ON I-35 ACROSS TEXAS

Courtesy TxDot, Increased holiday travel expected when Lone Star State’s main street has highest number of work zones to date  AUSTIN, TX — Navigating construction can be difficult and risky for drivers and workers. As the Texas Department of Transportation tackles one of its largest construction projects in department history – expanding or improving more than

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