The Brownwood Municipal Development Directors Board of Directors on Tuesday afternoon approved the sale of up to 26.369 acres of land to Trafalgar Homes for development of housing dependent upon a fair market price.
“The MDD owns some property south of town off FM 45 and we have a housing developer, Trafalgar Homes, interested in buying it for development,” said Ray Tipton, BMDD Executive Director. “They haven’t worked out their entire development yet, but they’ve asked us if we’d be interested in selling some property to them. That’s what the approval was today, subject to fair market appraisal, it’s contingent on that.”
On Saturday, Feb. 20 at approximately 1:43 p.m. Deputy Scotty Burke was dispatched to CR 382 in Early. This was in reference to the theft of a dirt bike and the theft of some tools.
On Saturday, Feb. 20 at 3:42 p.m. Deputy Carlyle James Gover, arrived at Ennis Drive. This was in reference to a theft, which occurred on the property. The caller advised an extension cord was taken from the property by an unknown white male riding away on a bicycle. After further investigation a report was made.
On Saturday, Feb. 20 Deputy Mason Fabbiani performed a traffic stop on a Chevrolet Camaro in Bangs. This was for driving 126 mph in a 75 mph zone. While making contact, Deputy Fabbiani could smell marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. The driver appeared to be following instructions to exit the vehicle, but drove off at a high rate of speed toward Coleman County. The suspect drove to the Trickham turn off then turned around heading back into Brown County. The subject turned onto CR 177 and into the backyard of a residence, before turning around and driving back to Hwy 67. The suspect then turned onto CR 140, but was driving at a high rate of speed still and was not able to make a sharp turn in the 1200 block of CR 140. The vehicle went through a gate and wrecked into a fence line. The suspect escaped on foot. Alcohol was located in the vehicle. A report has been made.
Railways allows e-catering facility at selected stations
The Indian Railways on Friday allowed e-catering services to resume at selected railway stations. In a statement, the Railway MinistryÂ said that it will be subject to compliance with all the guidelines on health and safety matters issued by Central and state governments and other authorised agencies under them. The ministry said that it may be noted that IRCTC had written to the Railway Board for the resumption of e catering at selected railway stations.
"IRCTC will have to review the situation now and permit the resumption of e-catering services depending upon the feasibility, availability of staff and local restrictions, etc," it said.
These were the top prizes won by N.J. lottery players in 2020
Updated Dec 31, 2020;
Posted Dec 31, 2020
This Quick Stop Food Store in Edison sold a winning Mega Millions ticket on Feb. 12, 2020, when the jackpot soared to $202 million. The person who bought the ticket earned the cash value of $142.2 million.Ed Murray | NJ Advance Media for
Maybe you got a little excited when you won $50 on a scratch-off lottery ticket. That’s small change compared to the New Jersey lottery players who hit it really big in 2020 — many becoming instant millionaires with lucky scratch-off tickets or massive jackpots on draw games like Mega Millions and Powerball.