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Commissioners Agree To Abandon Portion Of CR 4746, Set County Clean Up Days, Approve 2 Plat Requests
Mar14

Commissioners Agree To Abandon Portion Of CR 4746, Set County Clean Up Days, Approve 2 Plat Requests

Hopkins County Commissioners Court agreed to abandon a portion of County Road 4746, set the date and time for county clean up days and approved two plat requests during the regular court session Monday morning, March 14, 2022.’ Hopkins County Commissioners Court CR 4746 Road Closure, Abandonment Precinct 4 Commissioner Joe Price explained that the section of County Road 4746 that a property owner has petition to have closed and...

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April 23-24 Designated As County Clean Up Days
Mar22

April 23-24 Designated As County Clean Up Days

Hopkins County Commissioners Court have designated Friday-Saturday, April 23-24, the weekend following the City of Sulphur Spring’s annual Spring Clean Up Days (7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Saturday, April 12-17), as County Clean Up Days. Hopkins County residents may bring larger household items (not commercial) to their county precinct barn to dispose of. Items will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 23 and from 8 a.m. to noon...

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Hopkins County Cleanup Days Slated April 29-30, 2022; Cumby Cleanup Days: April 28-30, 2022
Apr28

Hopkins County Cleanup Days Slated April 29-30, 2022; Cumby Cleanup Days: April 28-30, 2022

Scrap Metal Disposed Of Will Benefit Volunteer Fire Departments The City of Cumby and Hopkins County are providing opportunities this weekend to allow residents to dispose of larger household items during designated Cleanup days. Both are strictly for residents; no commercial disposal will be accepted. County Cleanup The four county precinct barns will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, April 29, and from 8 a.m. to noon...

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Hopkins County Cleanup Days Are May 29 & 30
May28

Hopkins County Cleanup Days Are May 29 & 30

The annual Hopkins County Cleanup Days be held this weekend. Rain or shine, the clean up will be offered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, May 29, and from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 30, at the four Hopkins County precinct barns. The clean up days were originally planned for April, but due to start of the COVID-19 pandemic The Hopkins County Commissioners Court in late March opted to postpone the date. On May 11, as the state plan to...

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May 29-30 Designated As Hopkins County Cleanup Days
May11

May 29-30 Designated As Hopkins County Cleanup Days

Hopkins County residents will have the opportunity later this month to get rid of large household items during the annual Hopkins County Cleanup Days. Hopkins County Commissioners Court previously delayed setting the cleanup days until restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic eased up. With many businesses opening at 50 percent capacity and others slated top open later this week, Commissioners Court has opted Monday to schedule the...

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Commissioners Court To Consider Setting County Cleanup Days
May10

Commissioners Court To Consider Setting County Cleanup Days

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Monday appear to have a routine agenda Monday, with only one business item designated. The Commissioners Court could consider designating County Cleanup Days. Hopkins County Commissioners Court Regular Meeting The court had planned at their March 23 meeting to designate April 24 and 25 as County Cleanup Days. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic on the rise across Texas at that point, the court opted...

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Commissioners Court Designates April 26-27 As County Cleanup Days
Apr09

Commissioners Court Designates April 26-27 As County Cleanup Days

Hopkins County Commissioners Court announced two days county residents can get rid of certain unwanted items from their residences. The precinct barns will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, April 26, and from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 27, for the annual County Cleanup Days. There are a few items considered hazardous waste that will not be accepted, including tires, shingles, chemicals and liquid paint. Dried paint in cans...

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Time to Clean-Up! City and County Designate Clean-Up Days for Residents
Apr11

Time to Clean-Up! City and County Designate Clean-Up Days for Residents

Hopkins County Precinct 1 Commissioner Mickey Barker and Hopkins County Fire Chief Andy Endsley want the public to know about Spring Clean Up opportunities extended to all citizens. This year, the County is planning to join in a 2-day portion of the City’s 2018 Clean-Up Week. For residents of Sulphur Springs, the entire week of April 16-21, 2018 is City-Wide Clean-Up Week. Additionally, two days (April 20 and 21) have been...

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City Spring Clean-Up Week Planned April 18-23, 2022 For Sulphur Springs Residents
Mar24

City Spring Clean-Up Week Planned April 18-23, 2022 For Sulphur Springs Residents

The annual City-Wide Spring Clean-Up has been set for Monday-Saturday, April 18-23, 2022. Sulphur Springs residents may bring large items to discard from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on clean-up days to the city collection site, located about half of a mile east of Flowserve. City Manager Marc Maxwell stresses, Spring Clean-Up Week is strictly for city residents, not for commercial interests. This simply allows city residents to transport...

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Commissioners Court To Consider Closing Portion Of CR 4746, Setting Clean Up Days
Mar13

Commissioners Court To Consider Closing Portion Of CR 4746, Setting Clean Up Days

Hopkins County Commissioner Court is set to consider closing a portion of CR 4746, setting the county clean up days and two plat requests during the regular court session Monday, March 14, 2022. Submitted for court approval at the meeting are an application and a petition to close and abandon a portion of County Road 4746. Hopkins County Courthouse The Commissioners Court have been asked to consider a preliminary plat for Oak Grove...

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