SAN ANGELO, TX — Should a church in San Angelo be allowed to rent its unused gymnasium to faith-based children’s gymnastics training company when the church is situated inside an area zoned residential? This is what the San Angelo City Council will decide on Tuesday.
Skid marks indicate that the driver of a cruiser bike was westbound on W. Beauregard at around 11 p.m. Friday night when he failed to completely negotiate the 30-degree jog to the left where Sherwood Way splits with Beauregard.
Arriving at this home you will find an abundance of parking, enough for 6 cars in the driveway, more across the street, and a motorhead's dream: a foam insulated 2 car garage built to install a car lift.
At issue at the Planning Commission meeting held Monday morning, May 17, was to revisit a granted special use exception from the residential zoning designation awarded to Lifepoint Baptist Church’s gymnasium that allows a commercial business, Texas Tumbleweeds Gymnastics, to rent the facility from the church in order to hold regular gymnastics training for children.
Congressman August Pfluger (TX-11) introduced H.R. 3174, the Migrant Facility Transparency Act. The legislation requires the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to coordinate with federal, state, and local officials before establishing temporary influx facilities for migrants.