RelatedLV plans some funBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS Officials here have a hefty slate of meetings, and some scheduled levity, leading up to the Thanksgiving holidays. Laguna Vista Town Council, Parks Board, and the Planning and Zoning Commission calendars are booked for the coming weeks, highlighting proposals for a three-year capital…October 18, 2011In “News”Island re-examines shoreline management goalsBy KEVIN RICH Special to the PRESS The South Padre Island Shoreline Task Force reviewed shoreline management plans as well as considered beach and dune permits and contract extensions during their Monday, Nov. 6 meeting. First up, the task force discussed the Resilient Public Access and Education, Conservation, and Tourism Master…November 17, 2017In “News”Island discusses storm resilient building recommendationsBy KEVIN RICH Special to the PRESS The South Padre Island City Council and Shoreline Task Force held a joint workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 7 to review the City’s Shoreline Master Plan. Shoreline Management Director Brandon Hill led off the discussion regarding the document. “What we’re looking for is input and…November 16, 2018In “News” Share By MARTHA McCLAINSpecial to the PRESSA three-year capital plan to lead the Town of Laguna Vista into a predetermined pattern of orderly growth and development is up for review and possible adoption here on Nov. 8.The Town Council received copies of the document from City Manager Rolando Vela in mid-October, for review and suggestions.As required under the recently approved city charter, the document identifies the long-term goals of the community as reflected in the Comprehensive Plan.To see this story in print, pick up a copy of the Nov. 3 edition of the Port Isabel South Padre Press or check out our E-edition by clicking here.