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  1. Council to address city manager

    Government Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell’s job security may hang in the balance this week, as the city council takes a special session on Tuesday night to discuss personnel matters specifically relating to Maxwell. The meeting on Dec. 3...

  2. Freeport EDC adds website, essential marketing tool

    ...improvement.” It is almost unheard of for an economic development corporation to not have a website, City Manager Tim Kelty said. The economic development board approved hiring CivicPlus to design the website,...

  3. City close to selling properties once used as fire stations

    ...stations stand. Jimsi Kuborn, the city’s Economic Development Corporation director, told the Converse City Council at its Nov. 19 meeting that the EDC board voted to approve the $485,000 sale of property at...

  4. City of Glenn Heights Promotes Fire and Police Chiefs

    ...various functions including patrol sergeant, director of training and the interim assistant to the city manager. “I’m honored to be appointed and value the trust that has placed in me to lead the police...

  5. City of Pflugerville to consider 400-acre mixed-use development south of Lake Pflugerville

    ...favor of approving the draft proposal. The mixed-use development proposal will go before Pflugerville City Council for consideration at council’s Jan. 14 meeting. The proposed development comprises 419.2 acres...

  6. Ordinance forbids throwing snowballs In Wisconsin city

    ...lot of it is just consideration and common sense. You don't throw stuff at people, period," Wausau Mayor Robert B. Mielke said. Mielke says the ordinance was brought forward years ago after some issues...

  7. Migrant aid reimbursement approved for McAllen, Cuellar says

    ...funds to distribute, Cuellar said. “We’re still waiting here in McAllen. A little frustrated,” McAllen City Manager Roel “Roy” Rodriguez said on Monday. Rodriguez said he has also been told by the national board...

  8. Abilene-Taylor County health department looking to go mostly paperless

    ...Health Services Department is looking to go mostly paperless. Health Director Annette Lerma will ak the city council on Thursday to purchase a "Records Management & Imaging System" from Kofile Technologies,...

  9. San Marcos’ Mitigation Action Plan aims to avoid disaster damage

    ... The Planning and Development services team will present a draft for the mitigation action plan to City Council December 2019, followed by a 45-day public comment period. Final approval of the document will...

  10. Presidential declaration may be denied for Dallas County after tornado outbreak

    ...“It’s the way it should be dealt with,” Jenkins said. “We need our fair share of the federal money.” Mayor Eric Johnson says the city continues to work with FEMA to provide documentation they've requested....

  11. San Antonio Launches Survey To Find Out Where The Internet Gaps Are

    ...8. “Twenty-five percent of San Antonians wouldn't be able to go to my kids’ school. That's wrong.” Mayor Ron Nirenberg said he believes the survey will likely result in more public funds for what he describes...

  12. City of Temple moves proposed million-gallon water tower after citizen complaints

    ...The tower will be moved across West Adams to a more forested area, according to the latest map. Councilmember Wendell Williams said the move is a result of residents coming to council to voice their issues...

  13. Groves fire station nears end of life

    ...and structural issues, water leaks most especially. The department has gotten a thumbs up from the city council and EDC on building a new station adjacent to the new police department. The site would allow...

  14. Sherman Council reconsiders teen curfew rules

    The Council was scheduled to vote Monday evening on whether to extend current curfew rules. Sunday through Thursday, children under 17 must be home by 11 p.m. and remain there until 6 a.m. the next day. On Friday and Saturday, young people must be...

  15. Council approves tax freeze for property: Amends specific Code of Ordinances wording

    Corsicana City Council held a brief session for Monday. Nov. 25 night's meeting, approving a resolution for a five-year tax freeze for a downtown property, while repealing and re-establishing specific articles...

  16. Abilene police requesting $17K to replace body cameras for narcotics division

    ...uploading, and an evidence library to store the videos. The cameras would be paid for by the "former Justice Seized Funds." Standridge will present the resolution at Thursday's city council meeting.

  17. Abilene Police Department seeking $90K for body, dash cam warranties

    ...their dash board and body cameras. During Thursday's meeting, Chief Stan Standridge will ask the city council to approve $90,000 to cover the cost. RELATED: Read the agenda memo According to the quote...

  18. Harlingen to launch destination ‘super park’

    ...multimillion-dollar super park featuring game courts, an amphitheater and a sports field. For about three years, city commissioners have planned to turn Lon C. Hill Park into the area’s first destination park, billed...

  19. SETX residents face possible gas rate hike

    ...while this case is pending. Cities have until Feb. 12 to approve or deny the increase. The Beaumont City Council is scheduled to vote on it Tuesday. Lawton said cities have a long history of working together...

  20. City Of Teague Sewer Lines To Benefit From $300K Grant

    Following last Monday’s Teague Board of Alderman meeting a grant was approved to repair the southwest portion of the sewer lines in Teague, Texas. City of Teague approved the Contract for Management Services with Traylor & Associates for the...

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