Tuesday’s news of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s approval to license two additional units at South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company is a welcome sign of big things to come for our area.
More troubling than Bay City school board’s decision not to extend Superintendent Keith Brown’s contract is its refusal to publicly explain the vote to constituents. The argument that trustees cannot legally discuss their motives in public is bogus. There is no restriction, legal or otherwise, against board members discussing their reasoning for not wanting to retain the superintendent.
Procedural improvements paying dividends
The Bay City ISD Board of Trustees has once again voted against extending Superintendent Keith Brown’s contract. Before the meeting had adjourned Tuesday, the news had spread throughout the state. Many were asking a question lingering from a year ago — why?
The phone alert system for Bay City is a great idea and can be an excellent tool for alerting residents to problems or situations quickly and efficiently.
We asked what our readers think about the open carry law now that it is in effect on our Facebook page, but no one chimed in with their opinions.
It’s a new year and time for new beginnings.
Thursday was a busy evening at City Hall in Bay City. Three back-to-back-to-back meetings were held as the City of Bay City’s Planning Commission, Community Development Corporation (CDC) board and City Council met separately to discuss several projects and the state of our community.
It’s that time of year again. The Bay City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is accepting nominations for Man and Woman of the Year. We here at The Tribune believe that there are a wealth of good choices for these honors.