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Rezoning and Parking Ordinances, Oncor Distribution Rate Increase Request On May 4 City Council Agenda
May03

Rezoning and Parking Ordinances, Oncor Distribution Rate Increase Request On May 4 City Council Agenda

Rezoning and parking ordinances, an agreement with the city of Frisco, an application from Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC to amend its distribution cost recovery factor to increase rates within the city and action related to the request, and a 380 agreement highlight the Sulphur Springs City Coucil’s May 4 meeting agenda. Zoning Ordinances The City Council will hold a public hearing for the second and final reading of an...

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City Council Names JPs as Municipal Judges, Agree to Atmos Rate Increase; Note Sales Tax Better than Expected
May04

City Council Names JPs as Municipal Judges, Agree to Atmos Rate Increase; Note Sales Tax Better than Expected

Sulphur Springs City Council began their May meeting with Mayor Kayla Price-Mitchell proclaiming May Motorcycle Safety Awareness month, Lupus Awareness Month, and Older Americans Month before voting on the variety of items on their May Agenda Tuesday night. In a cost saving move, the city council approved utilizing the services of the Justices of the Peace for Hopkins County as Municipal and Associate Municipal Judges. The city will...

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380 Agreement Granted For Towne Street Property
May07

380 Agreement Granted For Towne Street Property

Sulphur Springs City Council Declines Oncor’s Application To Increase “Distribution Cost Recovery Factor” Rates A 380 agreement was granted for a Towne Street property, while a requested rate increase by Oncor was denied by Sulphur Springs City Council at the regular May council meeting. The City Council also approved an interlocal purchasing agreement with the City of Frisco. Sulphur Springs City Council approved a...

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Early Voting Location Change, Election Grant Approved By Commissioners Court
Sep28

Early Voting Location Change, Election Grant Approved By Commissioners Court

Hopkins County Commissioner Court made short work of the Sept. 28 meeting agenda, working through the entire agenda in 17 minutes. Among the items considered were an OSSF fee amendment, an early voting location change for the Nov. 3 elections, an elections assistance grant, inmate housing agreement with Rockwall County and a down payment on vehicles for the sheriff’s office. Early Voting Location Change Hopkins County...

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Commissioners Court Agrees To Tax Incentive For Dike Solar Farm, EMP Credits For TxDOT Bridge Projects
Sep22

Commissioners Court Agrees To Tax Incentive For Dike Solar Farm, EMP Credits For TxDOT Bridge Projects

Increases To Jail & HCFD Budgets, Longevity Pay, OSSF Fees Also Approved Hopkins County Commissioners Court Monday approved several items during a special session, including a tax incentive for a Dike solar farm, equivalent match credits for bridge projects and increases to jail and fire department budgets, longevity pay for county employees and OSSF fees. 381 Agreement Hopkins Energy LLC project boundary as originally proposed to...

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Plat Request for Connally Corner Addition, Ordinance Approved By City Council
May06

Plat Request for Connally Corner Addition, Ordinance Approved By City Council

Sulphur Springs City Council made quick work of the May agenda, wrapping up the entire Zoom conference meeting in 40 minutes. During the May 5 meeting, the City Council approved one ordinance, two resolutions, a final plat request for Connally Corner Addition and heard about a few projects in progress or planning stages. Ordinance No. 2766 The Council heard on second and final reading Ordinance No. 2766, which amends and updates...

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City Council Approves Architect for Grays Building Design, Tables Abatement Issue
May08

City Council Approves Architect for Grays Building Design, Tables Abatement Issue

Sulphur Springs City Council approved all items proposed on Tuesday night’s agenda, except one. The council considered, but opted not to take action Tuesday night, regarding a tax abatement, the terms of which have not been fully met. The Economic Development Corporation notified the city by letter that, during a review of tax abatement certifications, Ocean Spray Cranberries was found to not be in compliance with the terms of...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda May 7, 2019
May04

Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda May 7, 2019

CITY OF SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL MAY 7, 2019 7:00 P.M. The regular meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 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.Presentations, proclamations, and announcements. A. National Nurse B....

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Moore Appointed to Sulphur Springs City Council Place 6
May02

Moore Appointed to Sulphur Springs City Council Place 6

Doug Moore was appointed to Sulphur Springs City Council Place 6 Tuesday night during the May regular session of the council. City Attorney Jim McLeroy addressed the council regarding the proper procedure to fill the vacancy on the council created by the resignation of Councilman Dan Froneberger. McLeroy noted the Section 2 of the city charter: “If a vacancy occurs in the council the remaining members of the council, by a majority...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Bids, Zoning Changes. Ordinances in July Special Session; Sales Tax Receipts Down for Second Month
Jul12

Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Bids, Zoning Changes. Ordinances in July Special Session; Sales Tax Receipts Down for Second Month

During Tuesday’s Sulphur Springs City Council meeting, Finance Director Peter Kartens told the council that sales tax revenue has been slightly down during the past two months but the weaker receipts are not a trend. Kartens said he expects the revenue to increase before the end of the year. Even with the weak two months, $10,000 below estimates, the year’s receipts remain on target to be budget $90,000 above last year and the...

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