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  1. Fort Worth mayor has ‘serious concerns’ after reading Panther Island report

    ...Corps will dig a flood control feature that will be needed once the channel is built. Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price called for an independent study of the project in October after reports the federal government...

  2. SPI officials asking golf cart drivers to be safer following recent accidents

    ...rules enforced by local police. Each individual offense would cost a person $500. South Padre Island City Manager Randy Smith says people have been seen being reckless. "Standing on the golf carts, clinging...

  3. Converse receives funds for community center

    ...about 4,000 more,” the mayor said. “That was all written into the grant.” Suarez was accompanied by City Manager Le Ann Piatt and Stella Calvillo, the Converse grant writer laregly responsible for getting...

  4. Selma officials hear positive financial report

    ...weeks away form entering its formal budgeting process, but city officials are welcoming a report from City Manager Johnny Casias about the city’s financial standing. Casias told Selma City Council at its July...

  5. Cibolo strikes down measure to place a moratorium on residential development

    The Cibolo City Council last week struck down an effort to impose a moratorium on growth and censured one of its own for a comment made in reference to the failed vote.

  6. Fort Travis set to open for tours after years of revovations

    ...Galveston County Historical Commission. Ralph Stenzel, the chairman of the commission and a former mayor of Santa Fe, has helped lead the work to rehabilitate the bunkers at Fort Travis since 2015. Stenzel...

  7. Mercedes names new police chief

    ...Dagoberto Chavez as its new police chief. Chavez, who began his tenure at the city as an assistant city manager, was named interim police chief last month after the retirement of former Chief Olga Maldonado...

  8. City of West pursues new police headquarters for growing population

    ...through our city. We have a large influx of people coming into our town on a regular basis." West City Council members are considering a proposed 2,300-square-foot police building on a lot near Pine Avenue...

  9. City interviewing city attorney candidates

    City interviewing city attorney candidates Posted: Monday, July 15, 2019 5:14 pm The Odessa City Council is meeting for their biweekly work session today, which includes an executive session where...

  10. New annexation law prompts Belton to rethink growth strategy

    ...for the next five years. “Involuntary annexation is very, very challenging. We lost it basically,” City Manager Sam Listi said. The Texas Legislature approved a measure, House Bill 347, this year that...

  11. Pearland Commuters Have A New Park And Ride Bus Service To Downtown Houston

    ...through a partnership between the City of Pearland and the Kerrville Bus Company. Pearland Deputy City Manager Jon Branson said the service is being operated as a three-year pilot program. “In order for...

  12. Flower Mound fire chief concerned with possible changes to emergency services

    ...ESD. On July 3, 2019, another abrupt and non-collaborative decision was made by the ESD. Flower Mound Town Manager, Jimmy Stathatos, was verbally notified by the ESD Board President, Jim Carter, of ESD’s intent...

  13. Planned water outage scheduled for City of Groesbeck

    ...city. Any questions regarding the outage can be directed to Public Works Director Keith Tilley or City Administrator Chris Henson at 254-729-3272. Copyright 2019 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved....

  14. Leander City Council to consider withdrawing from Capital Metro

    Capital Metro's MetroRail station in Leander (Community Impact Newspaper Staff) Leander City Council may begin the process of withdrawing from Capital Metro’s service area. If the withdrawal were approved...

  15. Allen City Council approves security upgrades

    ...and maintains the system, streamlines our security operations.” During the June 25 meeting, Allen City Council agreed to spend $360,000 on new equipment and annual agreements for replacement and maintenance....

  16. Shenandoah OKs $7,500-per year raise for city administrator

    ...Monday, Aug. 7, 2017.Photo: Michael Minasi, Staff Photographer / Houston Chronicle 2of2Shenandoah City Administrator Kathie Reyer.Photo: city of Shenandoah / city of Shenandoah The Shenandoah City Council...

  17. Mission donates ambulance to sister city

    ...Mission made an important donation to Ciudad Miguel Alemán in Tamaulipas, Mexico. During Monday’s city council meeting, the city donated an ambulance to the Mexican municipality with a population of nearly...

  18. City of Borger developing ‘Boomtown 2040’ comprehensive plan

    ...that a little over 51 percent of people who work in Borger don’t live there, which is an issue the city council would like to address. The city wants the plan to be completely community focused, and has...

  19. Lake Dunlap residents may tax themselves to fix dam

    ...the summer season gets underway. Yet local leaders see hope from a devastating event. New Braunfels Mayor Barron Casteel grew up on Lake Dunlap. While his family sold their property in 2006, he still spends...

  20. Alton creating crime stoppers program

    ...Alton approved the creation of a local crime stoppers program at their latest meeting. On Tuesday, city commissioners met and named five local individuals to be appointed to the board of the Alton Crime...

  21. A Look Back at ‘Boom Town’: City of Borger celebrates 93 years

    ...actually had to go down in person to present why they should be an All American City,” said Assistant City Manager of Borger Joseph Price. “And so that’s basically in a nutshell what it’s all about. It’s you...

  22. Heath names new City Manager

    ...Adams brings more than 12 years of municipal management experience, including most recently serving as Town Manager of the Town of Sykesville, Maryland. Prior to her tenure in Sykesville, she served in city...

  23. City of Austin to Launch Homeless Trash Service

    ...been a component of homelessness in Austin, but with the rise of more public camps in the wake of the city council's decision to relax ordinances governing camping, sitting, and lying in public, some people...

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