Council Meeting Agenda 03/17/15
Mar13

Council Meeting Agenda 03/17/15

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Oxford Seeks City Council Seat
Mar12

Oxford Seeks City Council Seat

Former Sulphur Springs City Councilman Charles Oxford will seek the opportunity to serve the city again. Oxford will seek Place 3, currently held by Councilman Oscar Aguilar. Oxford has compiled his own list of concerns for the city, which he says are based on talking with local residents. His first statement is that many in the city wish to “get rid of the city manager” and “why bother to vote because they are going...

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Oxford Files for Place 3
Feb27

Oxford Files for Place 3

There will be at least one contested race in Sulphur Springs. Former Sulphur Springs City Councilman Charles Oxford filed late Thursday for the Place 3 City Council seat currently held by incumbent Oscar Aguilar. Aguilar has also filed. Incumbents in Place 1, Craig Johnson and Place 2 Clay Walker have also filed but have drawn no opponents. Deadline to file in all city, school and hospital races is 5 p.m. today. Only incumbents have...

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CITY COUNCIL  MARCH 3, 2015 7:00 P.M.
Feb27

CITY COUNCIL MARCH 3, 2015 7:00 P.M.

The regular meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 in the Council Room at 201 North Davis. The following items will be discussed: 1. Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag, Texas Flag, and invocation. 2. Presentations, proclamations, and announcements. 3. Manager’s report will include status report of capital improvements, wastewater treatment plant operations, accidents...

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City Council Meeting Recap
Feb06

City Council Meeting Recap

The Sulphur Springs City Council passed on first reading an ordinance amending the city zoning ordinance regarding billboards at a meeting Tuesday night. City Manager Marc Maxwell said the new ordinance severely limits placement of billboards to highways. Billboards can’t be within 2,000 feet of each other and the ordinance limits the size of the billboard. The ordinance will have to be approved on its second and final reading next...

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