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Decorative Streetlights for Sale in Old Orange Historic District

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Decorative Streetlights for Sale in Old Orange Historic District

The City of Orange Planning and Community Development Department is now taking orders for the purchase of decorative streetlights in the Old Orange Historic District or the Dupont Homes/Bennett Addition historic district. Only homeowners and businesses located in either of these historic districts are eligible to purchase the decorative streetlights through the City of Orange. The streetlights are the same size and style as the existing decorative streetlights in the historic districts.

Interested persons may pick up a Decorative Streetlight Purchase Agreement from the Planning and Community Development Department at 303 N. 8th Street. When submitting the application, a deposit of $1,527 dollars must be made at the time the agreement is submitted to the department. The department will mark each agreement with the date and time that the agreement and deposit were submitted. If there are more requests for streetlights than the City has budgeted, then the orders will be submitted to the manufacturer on a “first come, first served” basis. If the actual purchase price of the streetlight is different from the deposit, then the City and the applicant will settle the difference before the streetlight is installed.

The City will be responsible for the installation of the streetlight(s) and they will be placed at the curb to maintain consistency in the historic districts. The applicant will be responsible for the costs to connect the electricity to the streetlight(s) after installation and responsible for any electric bills after the streetlight is connected.

The City anticipates placing orders for streetlights on or about March 15, 2020. For more information, please contact the Planning and Community Development Department at 409-883-1034.

Texas Back in Business Program Available to Help Businesses Damaged by Hurricane Harvey

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Texas Back in Business Program Available to Help Businesses Damaged by Hurricane Harvey

Texas Back in Business is a Hurricane Harvey Relief Program for Texas small business. Texas Back in Business is a job and economic development program that is funded by Congress in 2018. This program is designed to help small businesses damaged by Hurricane Harvey to recover. The mission of Texas Back in Business is to help save, stabilize, and grow small businesses in Texas who were impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Small businesses may apply for grants from $50,000 to $250,000 through Texas Back in Business by March 2, 2020.

To apply for the Texas Back in Business grant or to receive additional information, please visit the link provided below:

https://texasbackinbusiness.com/

Election Filing Dates Published by City of Orange

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City of Orange Applying for Additional Harvey Disaster Relief Funds

Filing dates and times to be placed on the City of Orange General Election ballot will begin January 15, 2020, through February 14, 2020, between the hours of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M, closed from 12 P.M. to 1 P.M. for lunch.

Positions up for election include:

  • Single Member District 3 currently occupied by Terrie T. Salter (must live within the boundaries of the district and only people in the district vote).
  • At-Large Position 6 currently occupied by Paul Burch (may live in any part of the city and all city residents vote).

Orange EDC Hires Business Development Manager

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Orange EDC Hires Business Development Manager

The Orange County Economic Development Corporation announces the hiring of Megan Romero as its Business Development Manager. Megan comes to the EDC from Albanese Cormier Holdings, a progressive commercial real estate company, where she has been responsible for property management of Edison Plaza in Beaumont, a 425,000 square foot facility, as well as 24 properties located in the company’s southeastern region of the portfolio. Prior to her employment with Albanese Cormier Holdings, Ms. Romero was Regional Safety Coordinator for IMCAL in Lake Charles, LA, and interned with the City of Orange in the City Manager and Planning and Zoning Departments. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University where she received her Bachelor of Science Urban and Regional Planning, and a 2012 graduate of Little Cypress Mauriceville High School.

“The EDC is excited to have Megan joining the team. There are so many opportunities unfolding in Orange County and Megan will certainly assist our efforts to see them through” said Jessica Hill, Executive Director.

Megan’s roles and responsibilities will include management of the County’s Hotel Occupancy Tax program, retail development, lead generation, board management, preparation of marketing materials for business development purposes, communications in response to inquiries, social media and website management, analytical support and analysis, and support of allies and EDC members.

The Orange County Economic Development Office is located in the Orange County Administration Building, 123 S 6th Street, Orange.

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