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  1. Nixon OKs library roof replacement

    The Nixon City Council unanimously voted to replace the roof on the Aphne Pattillo Nixon Public Library pending a future budget amendment. According to City Manager Harold Rice, the project is estimated to cost $10,000. Rice said wind damage...

  2. As Harvey Convention Center samples are tested, city of Tyler shuts hall down for decontamination of plumbing system

    “While health officials have not requested a closure, The city believes it is in the best interest of community safety at this time,” said City Manager Ed Broussard. “Because of continued unknowns communicated to us, we believe it is in the best...

  3. Community remembers former city attorney

    ...behind his wife Stephanie and their two sons Tucker and Brooks. Janet Cook, the former assistant city manager, described Fitts as a thoroughly trustworthy person who she felt honored to work beside. ...

  4. Rockport opens new Fitness Court® at Memorial Park

    ...possible for those who visit the park,” said Rockport Parks and Leisure Services Director Rick Martinez. City Manager Kevin Carruth opened the dedication saying, “Memorial Park looked nothing like this two years...

  5. West Columbia council approves extended hours for alcohol sales

    ...COLUMBIA — People looking for a nightcap will be able to get one into the early morning hours after City Council approved extending the hours wine, beer and mixed beverages can be sold in the city. Alcohol...

  6. City, county curtailing hours during holiday week

    ...entirely Thursday and Friday, Nov. 28-29, with some operating on limited hours next week. New Braunfels City Council will meet as normal at 6 p.m. Monday. County commissioners, who usually meet Thursdays, will...

  7. Brazoria fights billboard construction

    Brazoria City Council is fighting to stop construction of a billboard on the corner of West Smith Street and North Brooks Street after the city manager issued a permit by mistake. Contractors...

  8. Grant-funded fire engine to arrive in 9 months

    Christmas came early for the Nacogdoches Fire Department when City Council approved the half-million-dollar purchase of a fire engine funded largely through a recently awarded Community Development Block...

  9. Texas City commissioners approve their own raises

    TEXAS CITY Texas City Commissioners gave themselves and Mayor Matt Doyle a raise at Wednesday’s regular meeting. They haven’t had one since 1946. On Nov. 5, voters approved charter amendments for the...

  10. Citibus exploring needed improvements for service around Lubbock

    ...lets out from Estacado High School to Southwest Lubbock. Improvements will require funding, and Mayor Dan Pope said bluntly during the meeting this week he doesn’t believe there’s an appetite to spend...

  11. Belton: Council approves Heritage Park expansion plans

    BELTON, Texas (KWTX) The Belton City Council has approved a master plan for 84 acres recently added onto Heritage Park. The city purchased the 84 acres of land adjacent to Heritage Park in 2018 that used...

  12. Lake Brazos Dam May Receive $5M Facelift

    ...looked at,” Echols says. Freese And Nichols is currently working on designs for the embankment, a process which usually takes a year. Once completed, the project will be presented to Waco City Council.

  13. City wins seven statewide awards for video excellence

    ...television channel, city of Victoria YouTube channels and videos of Victoria’s public meetings, including City Council meetings, the release said. “Murder and Malice Part 2” and “The Scrapdaddy” were produced...

  14. Copperas Cove to see changes to recycling program

    ...being sorted. "When we first got these [green] cans, everybody uses them," said Lucas. At a recent city council meeting , public works director Scott Osborn announced the more than $2 million program could...

  15. City of Corpus Christi prepares for Merry Days by the Bay

    ...a lot of people working, a lot of people moving here. It's a good time to celebrate and reflect," Mayor Joe McComb said. Corpus Christi's Christmas tree was donated by H-E-B and will start going up Wednesday...

  16. GTUA assists Whitewright in obtaining $3.7 million water bonds

    ...storage tank as well as water line replacements throughout town.” The next step is for the Whitewright City Council to approve the bonds at its December meeting. Then the construction bidding process will begin...

  17. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Elkhart

    ...unmistakable signs of the Christmas season are everywhere throughout downtown Elkhart. In the city offices, Mayor Jennifer McCoy and city employees are planning a city-wide celebration they hope will become an annual...

  18. The City of Canyon is searching for its next Chief of Police

    ...administrative staff will be searching instead of utilizing a search firm. Under the direction of the City Manager, the Chief of Police is responsible for the administration, management and development of the...

  19. Frisco to purchase conference center, fund parking garage

    The Frisco City Council on Tuesday approved an amendment to the project and financing plan for Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) No. 1. With the change, the city will add two projects to the district,...

  20. Christmas on Main brings a Hallmark holiday to Conroe

    ...bring a family fun event to residents to kick off the “most wonderful time of the year”. In 2017, Mayor Powell asked several volunteers to possibly come up with an event where families could share the excitement...

  21. Buda seeks to revamp animal control ordinance

    ...microchip pets and a $100 fee if the owner chooses not to. Those proposed fees are being reviewed by the city council. “The point we’re trying to get across is for people to register their animals, not necessarily...

  22. Lyford Police Department temporarily closed after new chief resigns

    ...According to city officials, the Lyford Police Department has been temporarily closed once again. Mayor Pro Tem Rick Salinas told CBS 4 the newly-hired chief resigned after a one day on the job. James...

  23. City of Mason leaf Pick up Schedule

    John Palacio, City Administrator We will start picking up leaves on Monday, November 25th. Due to limited manpower, we will only be picking up leaves that are bagged. Please put...

  24. Mineral Well's fire insurance rating drops two points

    Fire Chief Mike Pool on Tuesday told city council the city's ISO rating dropped two points, or classifications, from a 5 down to a 3. Pool said the two-classification improvement could result in as much as a 14 percent reduction in property insurance...

  25. San Marcos City Council considers formal support for reducing low-level arrests

    San Marcos City Council is considering an ordinance that would formally support the police department’s cite-and-release policy for certain low-level offenses. Cite-and-release, in which a law-enforcement officer issues a ticket for a court...

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