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(ROCKDALE)–THE ROCKDALE SCHOOL BOARD

RECEIVED UPDATES ON THE DISTRICT’S FINANCES

AND ON CONSTRUCTION DURING THE BOARD MEETING

MONDAY. THE DISTRICT’S FINANCIAL SITUATION HAS

STEADIED FOLLOWING THE LUMINANT SETTLEMENT,

WHILE TAX COLLECTION HAS GONE WELL. THE

DISTRICT WILL ADD TO THE FUND BALANCE. BOARD

MEMBERS LEARNED THAT WORK IS CONTINUING ON

THE TIGER STADIUM PROJECT, WITH WORK ON THE

BASE FOR THE VISITOR STANDS GOING ON THIS WEEK.

(UNDATED)–ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN SET UP FOR

MILAM COUNTY SHERIFF DAVID GREENE TO HELP WITH

EXPENSES IN RECOVERY FROM HIS HEART ATTACK.

TWO DONATION ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN SET UP FOR

SHERIFF GREENE. ONE IS ONLINE AT THE “GOFUNDME”

WEBSITE. THE OTHER IS SET UP AT CLASSIC BANK FOR

THOSE WHO PREFER TO DONATE THE MORE TRADITIONAL

WAY. THERE WERE HOPES THE SHERIFF COULD BE MOVED

BACK HOME LATE THIS WEEK, BUT DOCTORS SAY

CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED SO THE MOVE WILL HAVE

TO WAIT.

(UNDATED)–A 3RD WORKER HAS DIED AS A RESULT

OF INJURIES SUFFERED IN AN EXPLOSION AT THE CORYELL

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN GATESVILLE ON JUNE 26TH.

30 YEAR OLD WILBER DIMAS DIED SUNDAY AROUND 2:30 PM.

HE WAS WORKING CONSTRUCTION AT THE HOSPITAL

WHEN THE EXPLOSION HAPPENED. 2 OTHERS, 41 YEAR OLD

MICHAEL WAYNE BRUGGMAN OF ROGERS AND 36 YEAR OLD

FILIBERTO MORALES OF ROUND ROCK, ALSO DIED FROM

INJURIES SUFFERED IN THE EXPLOSION.

(CAMERON)–THE CAMERON CITY COUNCIL APPROVED

THE RE-APPOINTMENT OF TOMMY HARRIS TO THE CAMERON

HOUSING AUTHORITY AND APPROVED THE MEDICAL RESPONSE

AGREEMENT FOR E-M-S SERVICES PROPOSED BY MILAM

COUNTY DURING THE COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY.

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