- 06.23.17 | Letter from Rob Tully: The fact about BACT
Some questions have been raised in the community about Best Available Control Technology (BACT). To be clear, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) defines BACT according to their standard. The Gulf Coast Growth Ventures facility will be held to the TCEQ’s standard, and we will meet their standard – nothing less.
- 06.15.17 | Letter from Rob Tully: GCGV Railyard permit application
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures’ rail yard permit application is now available at the Bell Whittington Library in Portland, Texas.
- 04.19.17 | Letter from Rob Tully: GCGV Announces Site Selection
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures is very pleased to be moving forward with pursuing our proposed manufacturing project at the San Patricio, Texas site near Gregory-Portland. This represents a significant milestone for our project, the communities of Gregory and Portland, the citizens of San Patricio County and the families and businesses throughout the Coastal Bend.
- 04.19.17 | Letter from Texas Governor Abbott regarding GCGV selection of San Patricio Site
I'd like to express my thanks to ExxonMobil for continuing to grow in Texas. The only label better than "Made in America" is "Made in Texas." And we are excited to welcome this new manufacturing facility to the Lone Star State.
- 03.24.17 | Letter from Corpus Christi City Manager Margie Rose regarding local water supply
Corpus Christi City Manager Margie Rose recently sent a letter to the Gulf Coast Growth Ventures project team confirming there will be sufficient water supply to meet the needs of our proposed plastics plant in Gregory-Portland.
- 03.21.17 | Letter from Rob Tully, venture executive, Gulf Coast Growth Ventures
On Monday, the San Patricio County Commissioners voted to approve a county tax abatement, and now, the G-PISD school board has voted to approve a Section 313 tax abatement for the Gulf Coast Growth Ventures project.
- 03.17.17 | Letter from TCEQ regarding permitting process
In a letter to the Regional Health Awareness Board, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality outlined the rigorous process they use to evaluate all permit applications.