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Posts published in “Day: December 9, 2021

Holiday Open House with Ana Hernandez in District 143

Photo by Allan Jamail

STATE REPRESENTATIVE ANA HERNANDEZ 16TH ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE

Jacinto City, TX — December 7, 2021 at the District 143 state office, constituents came to begin this year’s holiday season festivities. They enjoyed refreshments, fellowshipping and their visit with Representative Hernandez. Toys that were donated will be given at Christmas to needy children.

North Shore advances by stopping Atascocita 44-20; Mustangs enter 4th consecutive semi-final game

Mustang defensive back Evan Jackson’s 47 yd pass interception run-back TD. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

Pasadena Veterans Memorial Stadium – On Friday December 3, 2021, playing on a neutral field, Coach Jon Kay’s “Eastside Boys,” bested the Humble Atascocita Eagles, for the second time in less than 5 weeks this season, with a final score of 44-20.

North Shore’s game team captains: David Amador, Kent Battle, Caleb Flagg and Jaden Harris.

North Shore took the opening kickoff. Atascocita’s defense forced them to punt, and with only 3 minutes into the game, Eagles sophomore quarterback (QB) Zion Brown passed to a wide-open Spencer Henslee, as the Eagles took a 7-0 lead. Three minutes later, Mustangs freshman QB Kaleb Bailey ran for a game-tying TD. They made 24 unanswered points.

Atascocita fought back, making it a contest.

CITIZENS HOLD PROTEST ON GALENA PARK GOVERNING

ADVOCATE WAYNE DOLCEFINO AND OUT-OF-OFFICE COUNCILWOMAN MARICELA SERNA WERE AMONG THE GROUP THAT STAGED A PROTEST OUTSIDE GALENA PARK CITY HALL LAST TUESDAY NIGHT.

7th Police Chief fired, City Hall closed

GALENA PARK – About 3 dozen citizens of this community staged a noisy protest last Tuesday night, outside the City Hall Building. The regular bi-weekly Council meeting had been cancelled, which they said was typical of the problems with the current administration.

Protesters cited many issues, including the firing of the 7th police chief in the last 3 years, closed city hall, irregularities in the water department and water bills, and no public access to council meetings.

In addition, Councilwoman Maricela Serna said that she had been elected last year, but not allowed to join the meetings or speak, having access denied by Mayor Moya.