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27
Mar
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CCCCSD hires Austin company for bat removal

An Austin-based company has been hired to take care of the bats at Ozona Elementary School.

At the March 20 CCCCSD School Board meeting, Superintendent Raul Chavarria said the district has hired Town Lake Construction. The company specializes in bat removal and has extensive work in schools, Chavarria said.

The company toured OES last week for an onsite visit and began work Monday, March 25.

Prior to hiring Town Lake Construction, the district had been working with MDK Services out of San Angelo.

“We don’t feel that MDK Services has done an adequate job,” Chavarria said.

 

 

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24
Mar

UPDATE: Superintendent gives latest report on OES Bat situation

To all parents,

I want to update everyone on where we are with the bat situation, and to assure you that we will do everything we can to make sure that the OES campus students and staff are safe.

*         We have hired a professional company out of Austin named Town Lake Construction.  They specialize in bat removal and have extensive work in schools.  The company was at OES last week for an onsite visit and will be begin work on Monday March 25.

Sat
23
Mar

FFA Varmint Calling Contest starts at noon today!

Sat
23
Mar

Busy section of Sherwood Way in San Angelo to be repaved starting March 25

BUSY SECTION OF SHERWOOD WAY TO BE REPAVED
STARTING MARCH 25
Expect long delays as traffic is restricted to one lane in each direction
 
March 22, 2019

Wed
20
Mar
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Lady Lions Powerlifters medal at state

STATE MEDALISTS: Kaitlyn Tambunga (left) finished third and Roslynn Mendez was fourth at the Class 1A and 2A Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association’s State Meet Friday in Waco.  

 

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Wed
20
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Couple makes time to volunteer

Don’t tell Cristy Rodriguez there isn’t enough time to volunteer.

As a mother, full-time employee at Ozona Bank and college student, she will tell you there’s always one hour in a week.

“Just one hour a week. There’s always time,” Cristy said.

Finding that one hour a week between two busy schedules, Cristy and her boyfriend Kyle Sewell manage to give their time to coaching youth sports. Most recently, Team Blaze a group of first and second grade girls in the Ozona Youth Basketball League.

 

 

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