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QUESTION: We voted years ago to relocate Hinsley Park. However, Hinsley still remains and there is little change in that area after all these years, apart from the few businesses that have popped up.

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QUESTION: The Longview Fire Department gave Longview City Council members jackets that promote the department. That性视界传媒檚 a clear violation of state law concerning gifts to public officials.

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ANSWER LINE NOTE: I received several questions in recent weeks about Community Fuse, including about how it性视界传媒檚 connected to Longview ISD and whether Community Fuse is being promoted in meetings at the district.

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QUESTION: When is a school zone going to be implemented at the new Hallsville West Elementary School on Loop 281 near Page Road? The traffic moves so fast through there. There性视界传媒檚 going to be a wreck with parents coming and going into the school.

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QUESTION: I recently heard that One Love Longview is advertising their services in neighboring communities to attract more clients, and, in return they receive more government funds for more clients. Is there any truth to this?

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QUESTION: It appears that many of One Love Longview clients are camping out, as the One Love Longview Facebook page requests tents for their clients. Isn性视界传媒檛 there a state law that makes camping in undesignated areas illegal? Is this being enforced locally?

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QUESTION: Greggton (Pine Tree area) was originally called Willow Springs. Gregg County Historical Museum states that the Texas and Pacific Railroad had a station/depot at Willow Springs. Do you know where it was located?

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QUESTION: Longview ISD has said the tax rate would increase less then a penny if voters approve a $359.7 million bond package in November. How is that possible when it性视界传媒檚 so much more than the 2008 bond election, which allowed the district to issue $267 million in debt? How much did that rais…

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QUESTION:聽We recently held a large catered event at a local facility and were told because of health regulations we could not donate the extra food that was not served to the local mission.

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ANSWER LINE FOLLOW-UP: I recently responded to a question from a reader who was looking for someone who would take old bikes and fix them up to donate to children.

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QUESTION: If I remember correctly, there at least used to be a person that repaired old bicycles then gave them away to needy children around Christmas time. I have some bicycles I would like to donate to his cause. Where may I drop them off at?

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QUESTION: I heard the street preacher that used to frequent intersections all around Longview passed away a few years ago. Do you know if this is true? I haven性视界传媒檛 seen him in ages.

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QUESTION:聽McWhorter Park in the Pine Tree area off Loop 281 性视界传媒 the speed limit there is 40 mph. This is where all the baseball parks are located that are really busy during the spring and early summer.聽

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QUESTION: The city recently installed a crosswalk on Estes Parkway between Loop 281 and I-20. Then approximately two weeks later they removed the paint and some of the signs. Could you please investigate?

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QUESTION: Is there any financial assistance available to victims of the power outage who cannot work because their place of employment is closed due to no power? And is there any financial assistance for small businesses that cannot open due to no power?

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QUESTION: The Gregg County Courthouse has two entrances that are accessible to people with disabilities, one at the rear of the courthouse on Whaley Street and one on the Fredonia Street side. The one on Fredonia has been closed for a long time. Why and when is it going to open again?

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QUESTION: I recently saw a classified ad in the newspaper in which Longview ISD was calling for people to submit bids for turning buses into food trucks. What is that about?