DISTRICT ATTORNEY ROD PONTON TOWN HALL
Mimi Webb-Miller will host a town hall meeting for 83rd District Attorney Rod Ponton, to answer questions from the Terlingua community, regarding the recent prosecution of Tony Flint, Tuesday May 19, 2015 at 3:00 pm, porch of La Posada Milagro, Terlingua Ghost Town
NOTE: this a change from the original date of Wednesday May 13th.
TERLINGUA FIRE & EMS
A huge thank-you to the community for helping raise over $10,000 for the Terlingua Fire & EMS at our recent Fireman's Ball. Special thanks to The Boathouse for hosting the event, Craig Carter for performing and Pam Ware for all her behind the scenes help!
Free Class on Solar Power at All Energies. There will be a free seminar on solar power, wind power, & other alternative energies on Saturday, May 16th at 1PM. The class will be held inside the new Hwy 118 workshop: 16 miles north of Study Butte, just south of the Terlingua Ranch Rd intersection. We will cover basic off-grid components & how they work, sizing your system, estimating system cost, & more. Bring your own chair & calculator; free food & drinks will be provided. Email email@example.com or call 371-2950 for more info!
All Energies’ Solar Panels are SOLD OUT!
We will be putting together another pallet order as soon as possible. Call us to pre-order & you will get the lowest price! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 371-2950 for more info.
LA POSADA MILAGRO
Espresso…y Poco Mas located in the Ghostown located at La Posada Milagro Guesthouse, serves the best coffee, breakfast and lunch. We offer gluten free bread and also have whole wheat tortillas!!
Come join us every day!! Also DA Rod Ponton will speak to the community regarding Flint's Trial, on May 19th, 2015. The conversation will start at 3pm. Please bring a chair.
VINNIE’S BIG BEND DOUGHNUTS
Big Bend Doughnuts across from the Cottonwood General Store is Open 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. or sold out, Saturday, May 16 and Sunday, May 17. We appreciate your patronage! Snow Cones are coming soon! Watch the Moon and flyers around town for our Snow Cone stand hours starting in June!
APPOINTMENT TO FILL POSITION FOR THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR BREWSTER COUNTY
Matt Van Ostrand has been selected by Judge Eleazar Cano to fill the Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) position for Brewster County. Mr. Van Ostrand has a bachelor’s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management, three years of service in law enforcement communications, over 12 years of experience in fire service operations, and recent experience in emergency management administration.
Mr. Van Ostrand was born in Oklahoma. His family moved to the Texas Hill County in 1983 and has resided in Wimberley since 1990. In 2000 Mr. Van Ostrand started his career in public service, joining the local volunteer fire department. Experiencing the effects of Hurricane Katrina in September 2001 and assisting the Hays County Response with the unloading and care of evacuees from New Orleans, he felt he could better serve more people in emergency management. Mr. Van Ostrand obtained his degree while working as a full-time professional firefighter for the Wimberley Volunteer Fire Department. He most recently served as a Lieutenant coordinating administration for the fire department, while also providing first responder leadership.
“In the fifteen years that I have been in public service I have seen how our world has changed and moved forward. I have seen firsthand how important it is for the emergency services, city, county officials and the public to know each other and regularly talk to each other about what has happened in the past, as well as what can happen in the future.”
Judge Cano added, “We feel fortunate to have a professional with Matt’s credentials in training, education, and real world operations. He met and exceeded all required and preferred qualifications for the Brewster EMC position.
Mr. Van Ostrand will report for duty of May 26 and will quickly be making the rounds to get to know Brewster County. He will be meeting with all organizations responsible for or supporting first response in the area, as well as public service organizations.
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