Posts From Jesus Acevedo Jr.

Hughes Park project getting off the ground

access_timeJuly 12, 2016

The first update on the yet-to-be-built Jennie Elizabeth Hughes Park was given to the West University City Council on Monday. The update was presented by

Council to hear an update on Jennie Elizabeth Hughes Park

access_timeJuly 8, 2016

The sole item on Monday’s West U City Council meeting is a matter related to the Hughes Park Donation. More specifically, the council will consider appointing

Council holds off on assessing municipal facilities building — for now

access_timeJune 27, 2016

The West University City Council elected not to vote Monday on a firm that was expected to do a comprehensive building assessment of the municipal

Council wants to assess the municipal facilities building, will choose firm

access_timeJune 24, 2016

At Monday’s West University City Council meeting, set for 6:30 p.m., the council will discuss selecting a firm to do a comprehensive building assessment of

Library improvements pass first step with city council

access_timeJune 14, 2016

The first step in implementing $300,000 in improvements to West University’s 53-year-old Library was accomplished Monday at the city council meeting. At that meeting, the

Council to discuss $300,000 in potential library improvements

access_timeJune 10, 2016

West University Library, built in 1963 has never had a major renovation, according to available city records. At Monday’s City Council meeting, the discussion will

Park talks set for Monday’s council meeting

access_timeMay 21, 2016

Up to four adult fitness stations could be installed along the walking trails of the West University Place Recreation Center but first the West U

West U proclaims May ‘Water Safety Month’

access_timeMay 18, 2016

The month of May is well underway and with it come sun drenched days that sometimes only a dip in the pool can fix. In

Council requests additional information on senior tax exemption

access_timeMay 9, 2016

Senior West U residents came out in numbers to Monday’s city council meeting. The seniors no doubt wanted to hear council’s decision on whether or

West U Council to consider raising senior tax exemption

access_timeMay 6, 2016

At Monday’s regularly schedule meeting, the West University City Council will consider raising the city’s senior tax exemption based on the recommendation of the city’s

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