City Council Approves Negotiated Atmos-ACSC Settlement, Chemical Bids, Application For LED Lighting Conversion Grant
Aug05

City Council Approves Negotiated Atmos-ACSC Settlement, Chemical Bids, Application For LED Lighting Conversion Grant

Sulphur Springs City Council this week approved a number of items; bids for water and wastewater treatment chemicals grant application, and a negotiated settlement with Atmos Energy were among the items. Atmos Settlement The City Council agreed to allow the city manager to take action regarding a negotiated settlement between Atmos Energy Corporation Mid-Texas Division and Cities Steering Committee regarding Atmos’ 2021 rate...

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City Applying For 2 Grants Which Would Provide 18 New Portable Radios For SSPD Patrol Officers
Feb02

City Applying For 2 Grants Which Would Provide 18 New Portable Radios For SSPD Patrol Officers

Contractor Selected for Phase I of College Street rebuilding & Sidewalk Project, Reinvestment Zone For Designated For D6, Industrial Drive Property Rezoned Sulphur Springs City Council worked through the regular meeting agenda –  which included application for two grants for portable radios, selecting a contractor for Phase I of College Street rebuilding and sidewalk project, and approval of a reinvestment zone and zoning request...

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2 Zoning Requests, 2 Grant Applications, Tax Abatement Policy On Feb. 2 City Council Agenda
Jan31

2 Zoning Requests, 2 Grant Applications, Tax Abatement Policy On Feb. 2 City Council Agenda

Two zoning requests, two grant applications, designation of election judges and early voting dates for the May 2022 city council election, review of the tax abatement policy, seven 380 agreements and bids for materials and contracts for the first phase of the College Street road rebuilding and sidewalk projects are all on Tuesday night’s regular Sulphur Springs City Council agenda. Sulphur Springs Municipal Building The City...

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Bid For New Senior Citizens Center, Grant Application On Aug. 3 City Council Agenda
Aug02

Bid For New Senior Citizens Center, Grant Application On Aug. 3 City Council Agenda

Budget Workshop For 2021-22 Budget To Precede Regular Tuesday Meeting Sulphur Springs City Council will hold two meetings Tuesday, a workshop and a regular monthly meeting. The elected officials are slated to discuss and consider acting on a bid for a pre-engineered metal building to become a new senior citizens center during the regular council meeting at 7 p.m. Aug. 3., as well as a number of other items, including a reinsurance...

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3 Ordinances Receive Final Approval, 4 Ordinances Introduced At Sulphur Springs City Council Meeting
Sep02

3 Ordinances Receive Final Approval, 4 Ordinances Introduced At Sulphur Springs City Council Meeting

Three ordinances received final approval following public hearings and four additional city ordinances were introduced at the Sulphur Springs City Council meeting Tuesday night, September 1, 2020. A “commercial-industrial” reinvestment zone; involvement in Sulphur River Basin Authority; and contracts for masonry, concrete and steel for the new Grays Building were also considered. Ordinances Approved The City Council...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Sept. 1 Meeting Agenda Includes Hearings For Tax Rate, Zoning Ordinances
Sep01

Sulphur Springs City Council Sept. 1 Meeting Agenda Includes Hearings For Tax Rate, Zoning Ordinances

The Sulphur Springs City Council Sept. 1 meeting agenda includes public hearings regarding the proposed tax rate, two zoning ordinances and a budget amendment ordinance. The agenda also includes numerous other items, including consideration of a contract for construction of the Grays Building, an emergency services mutual aide agreement between the cities of Sulphur Springs and Commerce, Sulphur Springs-Hopkins County Economic...

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City Property Tax, Utility Rates Approved On First Reading By Council
Sep04

City Property Tax, Utility Rates Approved On First Reading By Council

Sulphur Springs Finance Director Lesa Smith, City Secretary Gale Roberts Sulphur Springs City Council approved on first reading several ordinances dealing with the city property tax and service rates, as well as another amending the 2018-19 budget. Budget City Finance Director Lesa Smith asked the council to approve Ordinance 27851, which amends the 2018-19 budget. She explained that Sulphur Springs Municipal Airport has sold more jet...

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Sulphur Springs City Council To Consider 11 Ordinances, Asset Forfeiture and EDC Budgets At Sept. 3 Meeting
Aug30

Sulphur Springs City Council To Consider 11 Ordinances, Asset Forfeiture and EDC Budgets At Sept. 3 Meeting

Aside from the City Council and a few other city officials, the Council Room at Sulphur Springs City Hall was empty during the required public hearing for the city tax rate. Proposals for 11 city ordinances will be read for the first time during the Sept. 3 meeting of Sulphur Springs City Council. Most of the ordinances relate to the city budget, tax rate and services fees. However, one ordinance would prevent people from rolling down...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda September 4, 2018
Sep01

Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda September 4, 2018

CITY OF SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 7:00 P.M. The regular meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at 7:00p.m. on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 in the Council Room at 201 North Davis Street.  The following items will be discussed: Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag, Texas Flag, and invocation. 2.       Presentations, proclamations, and announcements. 3.      ...

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City Council Approve Rate Increases, Drainage Repair for Issues at Pacific Park
Sep05

City Council Approve Rate Increases, Drainage Repair for Issues at Pacific Park

In the city of Sulphur Springs, water rates will increase 2%, sewer rates will increase 2%, and sanitation rates will increase 2.25% following the unanimous vote of the Sulphur Springs City Council during their September 4th regular session. A budget amendment for Fiscal Year 2018 and the appropriations for Fiscal Year-2019, which included salary increases for the two municipal judges and city secretary, were approved with only one...

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