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This profile was last updated on 3/19/07  and contains information from public web pages.

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For more information, contact ..., 19 Mar 2007 [cached]
For more information, contact Garret Foskit, Nuisance Abatement Officer, at 409.938.2411 or by email
"This property may have been damaged ..., 28 April 2010 [cached]
"This property may have been damaged by Ike," said Nuisance Abatement Officer Garret Foskit. "But it has been in serious disrepair for a couple of years."
Environmental Crimes Unit - At the ..., 19 Mar 2007 [cached]
Environmental Crimes Unit - At the request of the Galveston County Commissioner's Court, Mr. Garret Foskit, Nuisance Abatement Officer, has been asked to assist the newly formed Galveston County Environmental Crimes Unit.The new Environmental Unit will be in a position to assist the Health District's Nuisance Abatement program in the investigation of illegal dumping and abandoned vehicles.Garret will assist in the training of the officers in Environmental crime investigative techniques, sampling techniques, safety training, and evidence gathering.For more information, contact Garret Foskit at 409.938.2311 or by email at
Beach Water Testing - The Public Health Laboratory Services Division is gearing up for the upcoming beach water-monitoring season.
The Texas City Sun, 25 July 2004 [cached]
According to Garret Foskit, an environmental and consumer health nuisance abatement officer with the Galveston County Health District, dumping is a large problem for the county.
"The more training we received, the more of a problem we realized we had," Foskit said.
Beach Clean Up, 29 June 2005 [cached]
Bolivar Chamber of Commerce volunteers and others are planning to pass out garbage bags on Saturday and Sunday, particularly to large groups or those who may have forgotten one, said Garret Foskit, nuisance abatement officer in the Galveston County Health District.
They're asking people to "put trash in the bag and not on the beach," Foskit said in a telephone interview.
Also, six 20-cubic-yard garbage containers will dot the peninsula, thanks to a grant obtained by the sheriff's environmental crimes unit, he said. Four will be along Crystal Beach, one near Port Bolivar and one at Rollover Pass. They will supplement the blue trash barrels already on the beach, Foskit said.
"It's a fact of life," Foskit said of the trash on the beach. "It's the sheer volume of people. A private company handles the garbage service on the peninsula and the amount of trash its employees collect was not available Wednesday.
Foskit said road crews have been working to clear the seaweed from the beach. "They're trying to get the beaches as clean as possible," he said.
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