Headlines in The Port Lavaca Wave
Girl Scout cookie sales underway
Waste collection increases, so does cost
The Port Lavaca City Council approved a five-year extension with Republic Services for solid waste, brush, and bulky item pickup.
The contract extension was on the Jan. 10 agenda as a 3 percent Consumer Price Index increase was set to go into effect in February. The city currently pays $17.53 per customer. The city has a fix rate CPI increase and over two years, the rates would have increased $1.07 with a 53 cents raise in 2022 and a 54 cent raise in 2023.
Wave newspaper hires new publisher
JT Strasner is the new publisher of the Port Lavaca Wave. He comes from Phillips Media Group, where he served as the group publisher over five community publications.
Girl Scout cookie sales in progress
Girl Scouts in Troop 95136 Divinity Sanders, Isabella Escobedo and Alysha Padilla stand with cases of Girl Scout cookies to be sold in the community through Feb. 27. Cookies can be purchased by reaching out to any Girl Scout.
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