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  1. Arlington City Council to End Pedicabs Near Stadiums

    ...of traffic, overloading with pedestrians and then fighting - physically fighting with each other,” Mayor Jeff Williams said. “It's really a shame. Because this council and this staff have been very patient....

  2. Council to consider $1 million funding for lane expansion project

    Del Rio City Council members on Tuesday will consider accepting $1 million from the city’s economic development corporation for the design and construction of two new traffic lanes between the international...

  3. Schertz City Council gets $4 million for road improvements

    Schertz City Council accepted more than $4 million from the Schertz EDC to make needed road improvements to the city’s Tri County Parkway. Council voted to unanimously to accept the funds at its Jan. 7 meeting, where council members also voted to...

  4. La Marque commits to progress, one step at a time

    LA MARQUE When Tink Jackson came to La Marque eight months ago to take the job of city manager, he committed to addressing longstanding problems such as the city’s aging water infrastructure. No Band-Aid...

  5. City of Pflugerville addresses water worries

    ...The City said there were two reported cases of crypto in Pflugerville last year. The Pflugerville City Council plans to talk about the water issues at their regular meeting on Tuesday.

  6. Killeen City Manager talks downtown redevelopment, homelessness at councilwoman's forum

    Killeen City Manager Kent Cagle answered questions from the audience on Monday evening during Councilwoman Debbie Nash-King monthly forum. Monique Brand On Monday, Killeen City Manager Kent Cagle spoke...

  7. City of Bowie and Bowie ISD partner with internship program

    ...anything they need I do.” This program started when a councilor at Bowie High School reached out to City Manager Bert Cunningham. After getting together and discussing it, Cunningham felt it was a great idea...

  8. Georgetown complains about Suddenlink, following Victoria's lead

    ...multiple cities passing similar resolutions will pressure the company to make changes. Victoria Mayor Rawley McCoy said he’s thankful that another city will bring awareness to representatives. “It’s...

  9. County delays plans to give funds to city for animal shelter

    ...said during the meeting, adding he didn’t want to authorize something he hadn’t seen. The Midland City Council appropriated the necessary $11.8 million in November for construction of the shelter on Fairgrounds...

  10. Pool of major transportation projects in Lakeway narrowing ahead of May 2020 bond proposal

    ...figuratively and literally, cost has also become one of the most important factors in assessing projects. Mayor Sandy Cox said two of the recommended projects could likely be phased and completed more slowly than...

  11. Millions stolen from Manor ISD in phishing scam

    ...money stolen from taxpayers, the scam has caught the attention of many including city hall officials. Mayor Larry Wallace Jr. released a statement that said: "I want to thank our Manor Police Department for...

  12. Temple temporarily stops issuing birth and death records

    For the next two weeks, those looking to get the records will now have to visit the Bell County Clerk’s office in Belton instead of the City Secretary’s office in Temple. The reason for this change is because Temple City Secretary Lacy Borgeson...

  13. Construction Starts on One Million Square Foot Mesquite Industrial Park

    ...Archer said the project supports the city’s focus to include more jobs and economic growth. City council member approved the project in November. Matt Dornak, vice president of Stream Realty Partners,...

  14. Beaumont eyeing ‘urgent’ building repairs without promise of FEMA reimbursement

    ...Botanical Gardens and the landfill office will still need to be repaired, Folsom said. Also on Tuesday’s City Council agenda for a vote is nearly $100,000 in software that is expected to protect the city against...

  15. Texas-side Council hires auditing firm

    During a regular meeting Monday, the Texarkana City Council approved a contract with a Dallas-based accounting firm to perform the city's next three annual financial audits. BKD LLP will do independent audits of the city's books for the fiscal years...

  16. Equipment purchases on city council agenda

    The Fort Stockton City Council will consider the purchase of a soil compactor for $131,164 and a Etnyre Centennial Distributor for $196,644.81 at its Tuesday, Jan. 14 meeting. FORT STOCKTON CITY COUNCIL...

  17. La Villa admin quits, mayor takes over duties

    ...secretary are now in charge of the day to day operations here after the abrupt resignation of former City Administrator Arnie Amaro. Amaro resigned at the end of the day on Friday, Jan. 3 just as he and ...

  18. Bryan focusing on ageing infrastructure during upcoming council meeting

    ...grow we have to provide for that expensive infrastructure but we also have aging infrastructure that we're also trying to renovate," said Mayor Andrew Nelson. City Council is meeting Tuesday, January 14

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