Milano Fourth of July parade, meal canceled
CAMERON—After a year and a half of discussion, Milam County commissioners on Monday approved a move of several county departments from downtown Cameron into Cameron’s former hospital.
Workforce Solutions of Texas-Rockdale Office—located in the One-Stop building, Bell at Main—will reopen to the public Monday and there’s a new protocol, according to Julia Cardona, Workforce Development Specialist. “We will see customers on a “by appointment only” basis. We will continue to provide services via phone and email to those who choose not to schedule appointments,” she said. A kiosk will be placed at the door of our One Stop Center to be shared with all other offices in the building (at left). This device serves as a temperature taker and sanitizer dispenser. Everyone will be required to wear their mask upon entering the building. Numbers to call to schedule an appointment are 512-446-6440, extensions 7012, 7015 and 7017.” The center held a virtual job fair last Wednesday with 9 businesses and 62 job seekers.
FROZEN DINNERS—From left, Henry Sams, Jeanene Thompson and Albert Isom load up frozen dinners for distribution to senior citizens at the Rockdale Senior Citizens Center Thursday. A total of 72 free frozen dinners were distributed Thursday and Friday. Carolyn Cooper, center director, said it’s hoped more distributions can be arranged.
Forty-one individuals were indicted on 50 counts June 18 by a Milam County Grand Jury.