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MAPPING HISTORY


MAPPING HISTORY The new Milam County Historical Tourism Map is now being distributed to Texas’ 12 tourist stations and venues in all 40 counties of the El Camino de los Tejas Historical Trail. From left displaying the map’s front and back are: Dee Dee Green, co-chair Milam County Historical Commission; Joy Graham, project coordinator; Geri Burnett, co-chair, Milam County Historical Commission; Delores Sonntag, Certified Local Government (CLG) chair. The project cost $13,151 and was partially funded by a CLG grant. Major contributors ($1,000 or more) included the Historical Commission, Rockdale Chamber of Commerce, the cities of Milano and Thorndale and the Rockdale Fair Association. Reporter/Mike Brown MAPPING HISTORY The new Milam County Historical Tourism Map is now being distributed to Texas’ 12 tourist stations and venues in all 40 counties of the El Camino de los Tejas Historical Trail. From left displaying the map’s front and back are: Dee Dee Green, co-chair Milam County Historical Commission; Joy Graham, project coordinator; Geri Burnett, co-chair, Milam County Historical Commission; Delores Sonntag, Certified Local Government (CLG) chair. The project cost $13,151 and was partially funded by a CLG grant. Major contributors ($1,000 or more) included the Historical Commission, Rockdale Chamber of Commerce, the cities of Milano and Thorndale and the Rockdale Fair Association. Reporter/Mike Brown

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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