City officials say today that the volunteer response in the Bradford neighborhood has been so overwhelming that the cleanup will be concluded today. Community volunteers will not be needed Wednesday and thereafter.
Today the San Angelo City Council approved a resolution approving waiving late fees on water bills for 30 days for any charges occurring after May 18th for customers who live north of 22nd Street between Main and Poe streets. Also, waiving the fee for 30 days to redeem a stray animal at the Animal Shelter. They also approved an emergency contract with Compact Conservation and Construction to chip and manage brush debris. And they agreed to spend up to 2 hundred 50 thousand dollars from the fund balance of the Solid Waste Fund for fees and services related to storm recovery and waiving permit fees for six months for repairs to storm-damaged structures.
San Angelo Community Medical Center was awarded an ‘A’ from ’s The designation recognizes San Angelo Community Medical Center’s efforts in protecting patients from harm and providing safer health care. The Safety Grade assigns a latter grade to hospitals across the country based on their performance in preventing medical errors, injuries, accidents, infections and other harms to patients in their care.
The United Way of the Concho Valley is coordinating efforts with the City of San Angelo in an effort to help victims of this past weekend’s weather disaster. They say if any organization or business would like to assist by providing volunteers from your company visit the city's web site at COSATX dot US. Anyone who would like to donate tarps, Gatorade, sunscreen, and first aid kits may bring them to the United Way office at 955 Turner Street and they will deliver them to the City crews.
A short emergency meeting of the San Angelo City Council will take place before their regular meeting tomorrow (this) morning. The council will consider an emergency resolution and orders related to the May 18th declared disaster because of the recent storm. During the regular agenda, the council members will get an update on the Animal shelter's No Kill Initiative and discuss possible items for the November Charter Election. The emergency meeting will begin at 8:25 am tomorrow (this) morning followed by their regular meeting at the McNease Convention Center.