The 2019 Victoria Bach Festival, one of Victoria’s iconic events, begins June 1. The festival celebrates its 44th year with a week of concerts all around Victoria featuring performances at breakfast, lunch and in the evening. Many of the concerts are free. In a conversation with artistic director Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez, he discusses the benefits of having the festival named for J.S. Bach, talks about some of the featured concerts and explains why the final concert will feature his favorite symphony, Beethoven’s Seventh!
Bach Festival director Nina DiLeo also talks about the free concerts and the Grammy award winning concert by Los Aztex that will be held at DeLeon Plaza.
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Victoria Fire Marshal Tom Legler discusses how the fire safety codes apply to new construction projects, remodeling an existing business or expanding a business. The Fire Marshal’s Office urges business owners to contact his office before they begin major construction projects to avoid costly mistakes.
The Fire Marshal invites any businesses considering expansion or remodeling to attend the Fire Marshal Round Table Discussion on Thursday, May 9 at 9am at the Victoria Community Center Annex. For questions about the discussion, email the Fire Marshal Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is beginning to update its long range master plan for transportation. In this podcast, Maggie Bergeron, Transportation Planner and MPO Coordinator, discusses the need for public input as the MPO updates its long range transportation plan.
If you have any ideas on current and future transportation needs, email Maggie Bergeron at email@example.com or call her at 361-485-3360.
Will the MK2 Motorsports Ford GT reach 300mph at this weekend’s Texas Mile? Will a motorcycle break the existing motorcycle run of 262mph?
Joel Novosad from Explore Victoria Texas discusses that possibility and all the high-speed excitement at Victoria’s Texas Mile. New Jumbotron screens, food trucks and no-speed-limit-action all happen at the Victoria Regional Airport from March 22-24.
There were more than 700 burglaries of cars and homes in 2018. This year (2019) is starting off even worse. Crime Prevention Officer John Turner has tips to help citizens avoid becoming a victim of burglaries in 2019.
Darryl Lesak explains an international issue that affects recycling in Victoria.
Is this episode, John Turner with the Victoria Police Department walks us through Active Shooter Safety Tips.