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Aug292012

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The Traffic Department's proposed bike route map could be adopted by city commissioner's at the next city commission meeting, on September 10. The first step in expanding the city's bike routes is to formally adopt the plan. Thereafter, the city could seek funding for the proposed projects. Send feedback to traffic@mcallen.net. Watch this video clip with McAllen Traffic Director Eduardo Mendoza, shared by the McAllen Cable Network.

McAllen ISD Superintendent Dr. James Ponce recently interviewed with City of McAllen Director of Government Affairs Teclo Garcia about new school year and TLC3. In this interview, Dr. Ponce says the district plans to address cyber safety and cyber bullying. Dr. Ponce also spoke about ongoing construction projects throughout the district aimed at increasing energy efficiency on various campuses and he was asked about the incoming athletic director.

City of McAllen installs surveillance cameras to deter illegal dumping. Deputy Director of Public Works Elvira Alonzo interviews with MCN about the cameras and the ongoing problem with illegal dumping throughout the City of McAllen.

3 McAllen homeowners, who have had their homes flooded during significant rain storms, are voluntarily selling their property to the City and moving out. It's all part of the Repetitive Flood Claims Grant program. McAllen City Engineer Yvette Barrera has the details in this video clip shared by the McAllen Cable Network.

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