From the Alliance News Headlines, Sept 19, 2008:
One week after Hurricane Ike ravaged the Texas and Louisiana coastlines, Alliance first responders have visited several C&MA churches. Southwestern District superintendent Mark Searing commissioned Chaplain Paul Northcutt, who is a full-time police chaplain and the district’s emergency response “go-to guy,” and his wife, Blossom, into hurricane affected areas with Alliance churches.
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From The Alliance News Headlines, Sept 15, 2008:
Hurricane Ike may have devastated the Texas landscape but not Alliance family members who rode out the storm. The following is a report from Mark Searing, Southwestern district superintendent.
From the Times of Trenton (NJ) of September 13, 2008, by Chris Sturgis
HIGHTSTOWN — The former Minute Maid property has been rezoned to highway-commercial despite a request from the site’s owner that it stay zoned for industrial uses to keep more development options open.
There were no votes against the rezoning in Monday’s action, but planning board member Bill Searing abstained and members Warren Olsen and Fred Monferrat were absent.