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Street Improvement Program, Concessionaire Services Highlight March 2 Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda
Mar02

Street Improvement Program, Concessionaire Services Highlight March 2 Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda

The Street Improvement Program, concessionaire services and May election highlight the March 2 Sulphur Springs City Council meeting agenda. As has been the practice through most of the last year, Tuesday night’s City Council meeting will be conducted virtually, with Council members and city employees participating in the meeting connecting through Zoom conferencing platform, which will be streamed on the City of Sulphur Springs...

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Candidate Filing Ends Friday, Feb. 12, For City Council, School Board Elections
Feb11

Candidate Filing Ends Friday, Feb. 12, For City Council, School Board Elections

Candidate filing ends Friday for a place on the May 1, 2021 municipal and school election ballots, including those for Sulphur Springs and Como City Councils; and Como-Pickton Sulphur Springs and Yantis school boards. Sulphur Springs City Council Candidate filing for a place on the May 1 ballot for four seats on Sulphur Springs City Council will continue through 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12. On the first day of filing, all four incumbents...

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Filing For School And Municipal Elections Continues; All Reports So Far Are Of Uncontested Races
Jan30

Filing For School And Municipal Elections Continues; All Reports So Far Are Of Uncontested Races

With a little less than 2 weeks left in the filing for school and municipal elections, all reports thus far are of uncontested races in Hopkins County. Sulphur Springs In Sulphur Springs, the incumbents are the only candidates who had filed candidacy in both the City Council and school board elections. School Board On the first day of the filing period, Kerry Wright and Jason Dietze filed candidate applications seeking a place on the...

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Julian Files Candidacy For Place 1 In Sulphur Springs City Council Election
Jan13

Julian Files Candidacy For Place 1 In Sulphur Springs City Council Election

Jay W. Julian Wednesday filed candidacy for Place 1 on Sulphur Springs City Council. Julian currently serves in the seat. He was elected in December, coming out ahead of Mark Bradley in a runoff election last month for the remaining months of the unexpired term. Julian is now seeking a full 3-year term on the City Council. Jay W. Julian The Place 1 seat was one of four on the 2020 ballot due to the resignations of four council members...

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Filing For May 2021 Sulphur Springs City Council Elections Begins Jan. 13
Jan12

Filing For May 2021 Sulphur Springs City Council Elections Begins Jan. 13

Candidate filing for the May 2021 Sulphur Springs City Council Elections begins Wednesday, Jan. 13. The City of Sulphur Springs will be conducting an election to fill four seats on the City Council. Filing is for Places 1, 2, 3 and 5. A regular election is called for a full three-year term for Places 1, 2 and 3, while a special election is scheduled for the remaining year of the Place 5 term on the City Council. Sulphur Springs...

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Early Voting in Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Continues
Dec09

Early Voting in Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Continues

Early voting in the Dec. 15 Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election between Mark Bradley and Jay W. Julian has been very low so far. After 4 1/2 days of early voting, only 45 of the city’s  9,695 registered voters had cast ballots by personal appearance. That’s an average of only about 10 votes being cast daily during the early voting period as of 2 p.m. Dec. 9, according to City Secretary/Election Official...

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Candidate Profiles: Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1, Place 5
Oct12

Candidate Profiles: Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1, Place 5

Sulphur Springs City Council will hold an election to fill places left vacant when 4 members resigned in December. The election was scheduled to be held in May, but was postponed due to COVID-19. Voting will be conducted along with other General Election Voting on Nov. 3. Sulphur Springs City Council Nov. 3 Special Election sample ballot Early voting by personal appearance will begin Tuesday, Oct. 13 and continue from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m....

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Cumby, Sulphur Springs To Hold City Council Elections
Aug18

Cumby, Sulphur Springs To Hold City Council Elections

Both Cumby and Sulphur Springs are scheduled to hold City Council elections on Nov. 3, each to fill two seats on the council. City of Cumby Cumby Municipal Building The City of Cumby had called for a special election in May to fill the open seats on the council. However, state election officials contacted city officials in April regarding the Cumby special election. All candidates for Places 1 and 2 in the May 2 election were...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Has Full Agenda Tuesday
Aug04

Sulphur Springs City Council Has Full Agenda Tuesday

Sulphur Springs City Council has a full evening of work ahead Tuesday, with a budget work session and full meeting agenda which includes recommendations for three ordinance amendments, 10 resolutions, two contract service bids, a lease agreement, consideration of action for a November election and an executive session for an economic development matter. Sulphur Springs Municipal Building The council via scheduled at 6 p.m. to hold a...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Curfew, Postpones Election
Apr10

Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Curfew, Postpones Election

The April meeting of Sulphur Springs City Council may have been delayed while technical kinks were worked out of the viewing and teleconferencing systems but, once under way, officials wasted no time Tuesday night making short order of the agenda. Due to the stay at home safe and social distancing parameters in place during the global COVID-19 pandemic, Sulphur Springs City Council members and city staff signed in for a Zoom...

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