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Jefferson Energy Companies Day


L to R: Orange County Precinct #4 Constable Lane Mooney, Orange County Precinct #3 Commissioner John Gothia, Orange County Emergency Services District #1 Chief Robert Smith, Vidor Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Jay Killgo, City of Pinehurst City Administrator Robbie Hood, Jefferson Energy Companies Mark Viator, City of Vidor Mayor Kimberly Stiebig, Vidor Chamber of Commerce President and Orange County Drainage District Board member Hal LaPray, Orange County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Jessica Hill, Orange County Precinct #4 Commissioner Robert Viator, and City of Orange Council member Brad Childs
from left to right: Council member Jane Hill, Mark Viator, Mayor Kimberly Stiebig, Mayor Pro-tem Angela Jordan, Council member Bob Turner, and Council member Misty Songe Garrett.

Friday, March 1, 2019 was Jefferson Energy Companies Day in the City of Vidor. At the Vidor City Council meeting on Thursday, February 28th, Mayor Kimberly Stiebig read the proclamation recognizing Jefferson Energy Companies contribution to the Vidor community. Jefferson Energy Companies' terminal, located on the Orange County side of the Port of Beaumont, has been a major provider of jobs and tax revenue, resulting in a stronger Vidor. Mark Viator of Jefferson Energy Companies was on hand to accept the proclamation.