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Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. The meetings are open to the public.

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The city of Victoria development services department is seeking feedback from residents on three plans that will direct how thousands of dollars in federal funding are spent.

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Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. The meetings are open to the public.

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The city of Victoria Municipal Court will not conduct any jury trials or bench trials until September as social distancing requirements continue to limit the court’s ability to host in-person proceedings.

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The Museum of the Coastal Bend on Wednesday installed a new exhibit at City Hall, “Can You Dig It? Archaeology in the Coastal Bend,” to teach visitors about the methods used by the Coastal Bend Archaeological Logistics Team to excavate and evaluate artifacts.

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Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. The meetings are open to the public.

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Several dozen people, many of them armed with semi-automatic rifles, gathered around the Confederate statue on the southeast corner of De Leon Plaza Tuesday afternoon as local residents debated whether the statue should be removed during a virtual Victoria City Council meeting.

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To remove a Confederate monument placed in DeLeon Plaza more than 100 years ago would be to destroy a piece of history, said the current president of the William P. Rogers Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

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Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. They are open to the public.

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Funding is still available to small businesses in Victoria through a business resiliency microloan program, a partnership between the city and PeopleFund to assist businesses that are struggling because of COVID-19.

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The city of Victoria’s community appearance division recently finished renovating the “Welcome to Victoria” sign on SH 185, adding lighting and fresh landscaping to create a welcoming display for residents and visitors.

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The Victoria Main Street Program has placed 42 red, white and blue banners downtown that feature the program’s logo and add a splash of color to the historic district, according to a city news release.

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Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. The meetings are open to the public.

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