City of Bridge City cuts ribbon on new drive through teller machine


Last updated 11/10/2020 at 9:02pm

Mark Dunn

The City of Bridge City cut the ribbon on the new drive through teller machine located in front of City Hall at 260 Rachal Avenue in Bridge City. The drive through payment method is similar to drive through banking machines used conveniently everywhere. Night deposits may also be made at the new City of Bridge City bill pay location. All incoming payments post to the account immediately. According to Bridge City Mayor David Rutledge the new system along with being more convenient is a way to help protect city employees and the public from the spread of Covid-19. He also noted that the traffic route into City Hall has changed to accommodate the new drive through facility. Funding for the new drive through teller machine were attained through the CARES Act and not local tax dollars.

Mark Dunn

Brooke Leger demonstrates the ease and convenience of using the City of Bridge City's new drive through bill pay system.

Pictured Above L to R: Director of Public Works Mike Lund, Councilwoman Tammi Fisette, Councilman Carl Harbert, Councilwoman Lucy Fields, city employees Erin Smith and Brooke Leger, City Secretary Jeanie McDowell, Mayor David Rutledge, Councilwoman Terri Gauthier and city employees Natalie Pruitt, Karen Morgan, Kim Tucker and Mitzi Nolan.


Reader Comments(0)


Our Family of Publications Includes:

County Record
Penny Record

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2024