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  1. Trinity river bridge is going down fast. Most likely all gone by December. I-10 between Winnie and Beaumont will remain 4 lames for at least another decade. TX-DOT is using Beaumont money for Houston.
  2. BISD board OKs scoreboard; it will be among Texas' largest By EMILY GUEVARA October 15, 2009 Posted: October 15, 2009, 4:29 PM CDT Last updated: October 16, 2009, 7:47 AM CDT Beaumont ISD will soon be able to claim one of the largest scoreboards in Texas, thanks to a board-approved purchase of almost $1 million. http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/local/bisd_scoreboard_could_be_among_state_s_largest.html
  3. Opposition was not cost, opposition was because they wanted it to be voted on. These idiots want everything put to a vote.
  4. Houston/Beaumont is ranked a high 31st in nation in round trips between MSA with 1.7 million people making the trip. I think it was 4th in Texas. I need to find the data to post.
  5. Higgins fieldhouse was demolished and artifical turf project has started. http://www.lamarcardinals.com/blog/constructionblog.html
  6. Construction on phase I, the lake and event center began this week. http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/local/city_has_started_lake_project.html Other plans for the area include building a new $2 million downtown library, relocating the Best Year's Senior Center from Fourth Street and a children's museum in the Oil City and Brass building, which is owned by the city.
  7. http://www.3di.com/impact/BeaumontISD/Files/Project/42//121208_MPF_MPF_C%20SITE(1).jpg Currently under construction.
  8. http://www.therealgalveston.com No....
  9. There is 2-3 BBQ restaurants in Beaumont much older. Tillmans and Patillo's as 2 examples.
  10. What a difference 100 years make
  11. The area is growing fast. The bridge plan is dead now, however It could be brought back in the future. Gilchrist and High Island will be touching each other within the next 10 years.
  12. (Beaumont) - Construction is underway on a $70 million development off Dowlen Road where you can live and work. Metropolitan Park, a 35-acre project, will include a plaza with retail and commercial shopping, restaurants and office space. A short walk away will be one- to four-bedroom condominiums starting at $180,000. A residential section will include 40 lots, where half are sold. Developers expect the retail spaces to be ready within a year. The condominiums should be available in the next two years. (Reprinted from July 8, 2008) http://recenter.tamu.edu/mnews/newsSearch....S&CID=42549 http://www.metropolitanparkbeaumont.com/
  13. Water connects dots in grand design for downtown Beaumont BEAUMONT - Water taxis, a two-acre marina with theater and an expansive lawn are ideas being tossed about in the plans for a downtown lake/waterway and event center that could take its first steps toward reality as soon as next summer. On Tuesday, two Houston design firms outlined their proposals to establish downtown as a destination complete with a lake, waterway and marina. "We as individuals are mostly composed of water. We as a planet are mostly composed of water," Scott Slaney, principal architect of the Houston-based SWA Group, told the City Council. "Water is a very special natural resource that we hope to take full advantage of." Slaney said in order for the lake to remain healthy, defined as not growing algae and attracting mosquitoes - it needs to be at least two acres big and six- to nine-feet deep. The entire lake/event center park property is about 16 acres and is located between Neches Street and Martin Luther King Parkway off Crockett Street. http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/loc...8_21_50_02.html
  14. http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/loc...8_22_34_01.html Downtown project could turn Beaumont into little Kemah Picture it: A vibrant downtown with a placid lake and rippling waterway crowded with people. That's city leaders' vision for downtown Beaumont. On Tuesday, a Houston architectural firm is scheduled to present a conceptual design of a proposed lake off Martin Luther King Parkway at Crockett Street and a waterway near the entertainment district. Initially, city officials envisioned a 10-acre lake between Neches Street and Martin Luther King on parcels of land owned by 23 different interests. However, plans now call for a scaled-back version of the lake - two to three acres - to allow for more thus-far undisclosed amenities, City Manager Kyle Hayes said last month. The design for the proposed downtown lake, waterway and something to tie it all together all is in the hands of SWA of Houston. SWA's resume includes work along Buffalo Bayou in Houston as well as waterfront projects in San Diego, Long Beach, and as far away as Beijing. For Beaumont, the project could turn out to be something like a smaller version of Kemah or The Woodlands.
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