ZONING Meeting – Feb. 11
by Scott Willingham
ZC-14-171 is a zoning request change on 7901 Cook’s Lane at Ederville Rd. – just south of I 30 & Cook’s Lane. (? South of the Shell gas station?)
Eastsiders can voice their opinions to the Zoning Commission at City Hall on February 11, 2015 or write in with you opinion to: email@example.com.
Remember, that the I-30 corridor is the eastern GATEWAY TO FORT WORTH.
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TYLA launches End Bullying Now campaign
AUSTIN — Bullying has been a persistent problem in our society. While many believe that bullying stops after graduation, in reality it occurs at all ages—from the classroom, to cyberspace, and the workplace.
According to a survey on the Department of Health and Human Services website, 62 percent of respondents claim they witnessed bullying two or more times in the last month, and 41 percent claim they witness bullying once a week or more.
With the ease of technology and prevalence of social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram, cyberbullying can be humiliating and extremely public.
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Ryanwood Neighborhood Association Meeting – Feb. 12
Ryanwood Neighborhood Association Meeting is scheduled for February 12th. We will have our NPO, Code Enforcement and Neighborhood Specialist there to talk about the 8 liners and Smoke Shops. It’s Valentines, come celebrate with us. Thursday, February 12th, 6:30 at First Jefferson Unitarian Church at 1959 Sandy Lane.
Brentwood Oak-Hills Neighborhood Association Meeting – Thursday, Feb. 19, 6:30pm at Bridgewood Church of Christ meeting room (south entrance near the playground.)
www.BOHN76112.org for more info
The annual Skywarn classes was conducted by the National Weather Service Saturday, January 31, 2015.
The classes are free to the public and were held at Eastern Hills High School, 5701 Shelton Street.
The 8:30 am–Noon morning class covered basic storm spotting and identification. The 1:00 pm afternoon class covered advance topic including radar interpretation.
The classes as sponsored by NBC5 KXAS-TV and the Fort Worth Office of Emergency Management.
Board Service in Texas School Districts is Valuable Contribution
By Andra Self
Every year citizens throughout the state decide to volunteer their time for community service to benefit friends, neighbors, and fellow community members. The desire to pass along benefits to others, to pay forward help that was received in the past, to be a part of the solutions that are needed is healthy and heartwarming for the person volunteering and for the community benefiting.
Nowhere is that selfless act of volunteerism more evident than on locally elected school boards. In every school district in the state, citizens decide to volunteer to stand for a public vote and then to serve – without pay – to help ensure that our public schools do their best to serve our communities, our families, most importantly, our children.
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TWC Warns Texans to Be Aware of False Unemployment Benefits Websites
Filing for claims is always free, never through third-party
AUSTIN – The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) warns Texans’ seeking unemployment benefits to be aware of third-party vendors offering assistance. Unemployment insurance (UI) claims should be filed through the TWC website or by phone, and never through a third-party.
Individuals in Texas have reported receiving emails soliciting personal information from a third-party vendor who is not affiliated with TWC called the Unemployment Advisory Department, with an email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
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TEXAS WESLEYAN OPENS NEW DINING HALL
Texas Wesleyan Rams are in for a treat. The Dora’s Dining Hall extreme makeover is complete, and the $1.7 million renovation transforms the Texas Wesleyan dining experience. “Our 2020 strategic plan states that we will enhance the physical appearance of our campus and create a vibrant student life,” President Frederick G. Slabach said. “Offering a first-class dining experience for our students is a key part of this plan.”
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Keith Thomson of the Firehouse Gallery was featured on Good Morning Texas (WFAA Ch 8) on Wednesday, January 7 in a segment on New Year resolutions and hobbies.
Keith is married to Lori (Perry) Tompson, an East Fort Worth native, and daughter of Gay and Charles Perry. Keith is a Director on the East Fort Worth Business Association’s team of elected officers for 2015.
If you like to get your hand dirty and creating unique items, give Keith a call at (682) 560-3467.
Firehouse Gallery is located at 4147 Meadowbrook Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76103. Visit their website for more information on Pottery making. www.firehousegalleryfw.com
by Wanda Conlin
Citizens Advisory Committee January 5
A group of an estimated 50 citizens and police staff gathered to welcome the new year for Citizens Advisory Committee meetings for 2015. This group is served a light meal by the Neighborhood Police Officers. Designed to provide a networking opportunity for citizens and their Police Officers, the monthly meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at Handley Meadowbrook Recreation Center at 6:00.
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Robert Tranquillo Marino –June 20, 1940 – November 20, 2014
Robert Tranquillo Marino of Fort Worth, Texas passed through the gates of heaven on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at approximately 10:45pm. He had been living at a private home, being cared for by friends Ann Fichtenberg, Kathryn Kroll and the hospice nurses from Bridgeway Health Services. Continue reading “Obit: Robert Tranquillo Marino –June 20, 1940 – November 20, 2014”