BROWNSVILLE, Texas – Helen Ramirez, deputy city manager for the City of Brownsville and executive director of the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation, recently participated in a Zoom conversation with Rio Grande Guardian International News Service editor Steve Taylor.

Among the topics discussed were a recent statewide award for Brownsville City Manager Noel Bernal, the Madeira Texas Living project, the Hilton Garden Inn project, Astreia’s Habitat Zero low carbon footprint homes project, addressing the digital divide in her city, and SpaceX.

Here is the Zoom:


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