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Industrial Reinvestment Zone For D6, Inc. Approved
Dec02

Industrial Reinvestment Zone For D6, Inc. Approved

Sulphur Springs City Council gave approve on final reading to the creation of an industrial reinvestment zone for D6, Inc., during the regular council meeting, conducted via Zoom and streamed on the City of Sulphur Springs Meetings YouTube channel Tuesday night. D6, Inc. logo Sulphur Springs-Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Roger Feagley explained that the request was made as part of an incentive...

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City Council Approved Reinvestment Zone, 380 Agreement For D6, Inc.
Nov05

City Council Approved Reinvestment Zone, 380 Agreement For D6, Inc.

Sulphur Springs City Council tackled numerous items during the November meeting, including a reinvestment zone and economic development agreement for D6, Inc., close out the CARES Act Small Business Assistance Program and purchase of a track loader. The agenda also included five ordinances dealing with rezoning and establishment of reinvestment zones. Sulphur Springs Municipal building Reinvestment Zone, EDC Agreement The City Council...

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Hospital District Board of Directors Approved A Tax Abatement for D6 Inc., Cardiac Monitors For EMS
Dec18

Hospital District Board of Directors Approved A Tax Abatement for D6 Inc., Cardiac Monitors For EMS

Construction Bids For New EMS Station/HCHD Headquarters Accepted Through Jan. 8 Hopkins County Hospital District Board of Directors approved a tax abatement and agreed to an extension on another, approved two budgeted capital purchases, and discussed construction of new EMS station/HCHD headquarters during the Dec. 17 board meeting, and swore in one board member. Tax Abatements At the recommendation of Sulphur Springs – Hopkins...

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Hospital District Board To Discuss Potential Sale Of Interest In CHRISTUS Hopkins Health Alliance
Dec16

Hospital District Board To Discuss Potential Sale Of Interest In CHRISTUS Hopkins Health Alliance

Hopkins County Hospital District Board of Directors Thursday are slated to consider a number of items during the regular December meeting including the sale of the district’s interest in CHRISTUS Hopkins Health Alliance. Hopkins County Hospital District The last item on the Dec. 14 agenda calls for an executive session to “discuss the potential sale of the District’s interest in a joint venture known as CHRISTUS...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Nov. 3 Meeting Agenda
Nov03

Sulphur Springs City Council Nov. 3 Meeting Agenda

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCILNOVEMBER 3, 2020 7:00 P.M. The regular meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Public link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8CxjG8pt3Cn8DDMgg0xr8g The following items will be discussed: Call to order.Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag, Texas Flag, and invocation.Presentations, proclamations, and announcements.Manager’s report...

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Commissioners Court Approves 2 Tax Incentives, Reinvestment Zone
Nov23

Commissioners Court Approves 2 Tax Incentives, Reinvestment Zone

Hopkins County Commissioners Court approved 2 tax incentives and a reinvestment zone for a planned solar farm, among other items, during the regular court meeting Monday morning. My Perfect Pet Agreement Sulphur Springs-Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Roger Feagley asked the Commissioners Court to consider approving two Chapter 381 agreements. My Perfect Pet logo First, Feagley told the court My...

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Hopkins County Commissioners Court Nov. 23 Regular Meeting Agenda
Nov22

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Nov. 23 Regular Meeting Agenda

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Regular Meeting Agenda TIME: 9:00 A.M.DATE: Monday, November 23, 2020PLACE: In The Commissioners’ Courtroom On The First Floor Of The Hopkins County Courthouse Located At118 Church St., Sulphur Springs, TX. I. InvocationII. Pledge Of Allegiance To The Flag A. AMERICAN FLAG:B. TEXAS FLAG: “Honor The Texas Flag; I Pledge Allegiance To Thee, Texas, One State Under God, One And Indivisible.” The...

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New Patrol Vehicles, Civic Center Vending Machine, Payroll System Approved By Commissioners Court
Sep09

New Patrol Vehicles, Civic Center Vending Machine, Payroll System Approved By Commissioners Court

New patrol vehicles for the sheriff’s office, a vending machine and a new payroll system were among the items approved during the Sept. 8 meeting of Hopkins County Commissioners Court. New Patrol Vehicles Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Tanner Crump asked the Commissioners Court to consider approving a financing agreement for 7 Chevrolet Tahoes for the sheriff’s department. The SUVs would be financed for...

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Texas A&M System Inks Deal For Free COVID-19 Testing For All Students, Faculty And Staff
Jul16

Texas A&M System Inks Deal For Free COVID-19 Testing For All Students, Faculty And Staff

COMMERCE, Texas — Students, faculty and staff at all 11 Texas A&M System universities across the state will soon have quick and easy access to free testing for COVID-19. Texas A&M System logo “Ensuring the health and safety of our students is our top priority,” said John Sharp, chancellor of the Texas A&M University System. “Facilitating increased accessibility and availability of COVID-19 testing will help us mitigate the...

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Chamber Connection – July 16th  2015 by Meredith Caddell
Jul16

Chamber Connection – July 16th  2015 by Meredith Caddell

  Thank you to everyone who attended the ribbon cutting for 1st Assembly of God Reverend Rusty Posey greeted guests into their almost completed, beautifully renovated sanctuary at 1st Assembly of God, 434 Jefferson Street. S. Public Library to the Rescue.  Summer Reading Program Theme “Every Hero has a Story” Research is clear that children who don’t read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress....

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