Tuesday night during the Sulphur Springs City Council November meeting, City Manager Marc Maxwell presented his monthly report.
Regarding streets, Maxwell reported that the rework of Moore Street is completed and the street is again open. He stated that Pampa Street rework is moving at a brisk pace. The sewer line is finished and the water line is 75% complete with all water connections expected to be completed in the next two weeks. When the water line and connects are completed, a cement-stabilizer base and repave of the street will be completed. Pot holes patched totaled 151 and seven street repairs following utility repairs were completed. Two additional street repairs were completed.
Work at the wastewater treatment plant is on schedule. The three primary clarifier basins have been constructed and backfilling continues. Other concrete structures adjacent to the clarifiers are under construction.
At the library there were 3,080 items and 462eBooks checked out as well as computer usage of 1,274 hours recorded in November.
The animal shelter responded to 214 animal control calls and achieved an adoption rate of 30%.
Local police recorded 66 offenses, wrote 540 traffic citations, made 84 arrests, and responded to 33 accidents.