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Martin Road Lake Informational Meeting Monday

Mar 27, 2015 Comments Off by lafreniereh

Amarillo, TX – The City of Amarillo Engineering Department is hosting an informational meeting on the Martin Road Lake Drainage Improvements project on Monday, March 30. Construction on this project is expected to begin Tuesday, April 7. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information concerning the scope and estimated timeline of the project. [...]

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Crews Repairing Water Main Leak on Pullman at I-40

Mar 27, 2015 Comments Off by lafreniereh

Amarillo, TX – Approximately 13 customers will be without water through 4 p.m. today after a private contractor damaged a 20-inch water main at Pullman and I-40. Temporary repairs were made last night to restore water. However, more repairs are needed and water will be turned off this morning. The contractor is currently hanging door [...]

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City Hosts Informational Meeting on SW 9th Reconstruction

Mar 24, 2015 Comments Off by lafreniereh

Amarillo, TX – Last week Amarillo City Council approved a contract for a full reconstruction of SW 9th Avenue from Coulter Street to Amarillo Boulevard West – a project which is expected to begin the first week of April. The City’s Engineering Department will host a meeting on Wednesday, March 25 for area business owners, [...]

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Ebola Evaluation Update

Mar 20, 2015 Comments Off by grosss

Amarillo, TX – Today the City of Amarillo Department of Public Health received results for both the initial and follow-up labs on the patient under evaluation for symptoms of Ebola.  This test results confirm that the patient does NOT have Ebola. The health department will continue to monitor the patient and other travelers for the [...]

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Tuberculosis Update

Mar 19, 2015 Comments Off by lafreniereh

Amarillo, TX – The City of Amarillo Department of Public Health received results today that confirm the case of tuberculosis at Randall County Jail. The protocol put into place Monday continues to apply. The patient will remain isolated and treatment will continue. Staff and inmates identified as contacts will continue to be tested. If the [...]

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