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Tue
09
Feb

Building codes to get a do-over

An agenda item on Tuesday’s special called Vidor City Council meeting made it appear that the city is adopting a host of new building codes, but that is not the case, says Vidor City Manager Mike Kunst. “We are just going to discuss this Tuesday, but our attorney has gone back and looked at these and recommended we adopt all these by ordinance. These have already been approved by council action.”
Tue
09
Feb

It’s time to go vote, finally!

By George Garza
 
Tue
09
Feb

County governance visits Vidor next week

By George Garza
 
It’s too early to tell if any earth shattering issues vital to the citizens of Vidor will be on their agenda yet, but it appears that your Orange County Commissioners’ Court will be coming to Vidor next week to hold their weekly Court session.
 
Thu
04
Feb

Major drainage improvements to get underway

By Randall Luker
 
Thu
04
Feb

City sets houses for demolition

By Randall Luker
 
Thu
04
Feb

Council approves all residential tax abatement zones

By Randall Luker
 
Thu
04
Feb

Woodland Street engineer hired

By Randall Luker
 
Thu
04
Feb

County embarks on $6 million upgrade at no cost to taxpayers

By George Garza
 
Tue
02
Feb

City Council Ward 2 candidate ineligible

This year is shaping up to be anything but ordinary in the Vidor municipal election. One incumbent councilman resigned during the candidate filing period due to a move and another candidate seeking a different seat has been found to be ineligible. 

 

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Tue
02
Feb

Vidor municipal election filing heats up

A full slate of candidates has already filed for three open city council seats in Vidor with nearly three weeks remaining in the filing period. 

 

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