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Reinvestment Zone Approved For D6 Inc. Expansion
Jan05

Reinvestment Zone Approved For D6 Inc. Expansion

Sulphur Springs City Council Tuesday night gave initial approval to a reinvestment zone and agreed to a 380 economic development agreement for D6 Inc. A rezoning request for a West Industrial Drive property, and authorized the city manager to execute documents for up to four agricultural license agreements at the Old Thermo/Luminant mine property and to negotiate a real property acquisition for storm drainage purposes. D6 Inc. D6 Inc....

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D6 Multi-Year Expansion Project Includes Relocation Of Corporate Headquarters, 300,000-Square-Foot Expansion
Oct22

D6 Multi-Year Expansion Project Includes Relocation Of Corporate Headquarters, 300,000-Square-Foot Expansion

D6’s multi-year expansion project incudes not only relocation of the company’s corporate headquarters from Oregon to Sulphur Springs, but will also include another 300,000 square-foot expansion, according to Sulphur Springs-Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Roger Feagley. D6 Inc’s current Sulphur Springs plant Overall, the D6, Inc., relocation project announced by Gov. Greg Abbott...

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Agreement For D6, Contracts For Legal Research, Construction Of Trusty Housing Facility Approved
Mar30

Agreement For D6, Contracts For Legal Research, Construction Of Trusty Housing Facility Approved

A 381 agreement was approved for D6, Inc., along with contracts for legal research resources and construction of a trusty housing facility, and other items this week. 381 Agreement Hopkins County Commissioners Court at their regular meeting this week approved a 381 agreement for D6, Inc., providing a tax incentive for the company to relocate its corporate headquarters from Oregon to Sulphur Springs, Texas and expand their...

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Commissioners Court Approves 381 Agreement For D6 Inc.
Jan25

Commissioners Court Approves 381 Agreement For D6 Inc.

Hopkins County Commissioners Court made short work of Monday’s agenda, approving a 381 agreement for D6 Inc., appointing a Como official as emergency management coordinator for the City of Como, reappointing a representative to Lake Regional Community Center Board of Trustees, and a request to construct electric power distribution across a county road within 13 minutes. D6 Inc. The Commissioners Court approved a 381 agreement...

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D6 Inc. Plans To Relocate Company Headquarters To Sulphur Springs
Oct15

D6 Inc. Plans To Relocate Company Headquarters To Sulphur Springs

Projected $27 Million Capital Investment Expected To Create 231 New Jobs D6 Inc. plans to relocate the company headquarters from Portland, Oregon, to Sulphur Springs, to expand their manufacturing presence in the state, Governor Greg Abbott announced Friday afternoon, Oct. 15, 2021. D6 Inc. is an advanced design-to-shelf packaging manufacturer, using recycled plastics, and when the pandemic began shifted to making face shields and...

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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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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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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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