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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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Runoff Election Canvassed, Julian Administered Oath For Place 1 On City Council
Dec18

Runoff Election Canvassed, Julian Administered Oath For Place 1 On City Council

Jay W. Julian is officially the new Place 1 City Council member. Sulphur Springs City Council during a special meeting Thursday afternoon canvassed the Dec. 15 Runoff Election for Place 1. City Secretary/Election Office Gale Roberts reported eight additional ballots in the total presented Dec. 17 to the City Council. They were not enough to change the outcome of the election. Mail ballots that were properly date stamped came in after...

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Julian Finishes Ahead Of Bradley In Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election
Dec15

Julian Finishes Ahead Of Bradley In Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election

Jay W. Julian was reported Tuesday night to have finished 24 votes ahead of Mark Bradley in the Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Runoff Election. Jay W. Julian According to the unofficial results of the Dec. 15 runoff, Julian receiving 122 votes and Bradley 98 votes. Only one vote separated the two candidates in early voting tallies, with Bradley receiving 45 to Julian’s 46 votes. Bradley receiving 38 absentee votes and...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Candidate Jay Julian
Oct10

Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Candidate Jay Julian

Four places are on the November 3, 2020 ballot for the special Sulphur Springs City Council election. The seats became open when four council members resigned in December. Harold Nash Sr. was appointed on Dec. 13 to serve in Place 2 on the council until the election; he was the only candidate to file for the seat. Oscar Aguilar was the only candidate to file for Place 3 on the council. He was sworn in to the sea Both Nash will appear...

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Brown, Julian File Candidacy For Place 1 On Sulphur Springs City Council
Jan27

Brown, Julian File Candidacy For Place 1 On Sulphur Springs City Council

Two individuals filed candidacy Monday morning for a place on the May 2 Sulphur Springs City Council Election ballot. Justin M. Brown Justin M. Brown had filed by 9:15 a.m. Jan. 27, as a candidate for Place 1 on the City Council. Jay W. Julian At 9:50 a.m. Jan. 27, Jay W. Julian had also filed as a candidate for Place 1 on the City Council. So far, Place 1 is the only place in which a contested race has developed. Five other places...

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Budget, Tax Rate, Utility Fees Receive Unanimous Approval From Sulphur Springs City Council
Sep22

Budget, Tax Rate, Utility Fees Receive Unanimous Approval From Sulphur Springs City Council

Ordinance Setting Master Fee Schedule Passes On 4-2 Vote Sulphur Springs City Council made short work of Tuesday evening’s special meeting, unanimously approving ordinances setting the budget, tax rate and utility fees for the 2021-2022 fiscal year and one authorizing updated service credits. Ordinance No. 2783 establishing a master fee schedule passed on a 4-2 vote. Although public hearings were held for each, no members of the...

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Council Approves Woodside Lane Plat, Weaver Drive Zoning, 380 Agreements
Aug06

Council Approves Woodside Lane Plat, Weaver Drive Zoning, 380 Agreements

Requests for a Woodside Lane plat, rezoning on Weaver Drive and three 380 agreements that will allow for construction of multiple new single and multifamily housing units received the approval of Sulphur Springs City Council this week. Woodside Lane Plat Request Tate Price asked the city to allow the 1.93-acre property on the north side of Woodside Lane, just east of 1680 Woodside Lane and directly west of the commercial business...

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Don Julian Retiring After 41 Years In Broadcasting
Jun25

Don Julian Retiring After 41 Years In Broadcasting

Community Invited To Join Julian’s KSST Family and Friends On Monday As They Celebrate The Sports Director Don Julian has turned in his microphone and press pass to enjoy life and games on his own schedule after more than 40 years in broadcasting, the last 15 of which have been as news and sports broadcaster for KSST/Channel 18. While he won’t be gracing the airwaves, retirement doesn’t mean Julian is giving up sports for good....

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Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Appointments to 11 Boards and Commissions
Jun02

Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Appointments to 11 Boards and Commissions

In addition to swearing in four councilmen, Sulphur Springs City Council approved appointments to 11 boards and commissions, selected which councilmen will serve as mayor and mayor pro tem during Tuesday evening’s regular council meeting. City Council Re-Organization After an election in November for four places on the council, then a runoff in December for Place 1, all four councilmen elected to the City Council in 2020 again...

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Ordinance Restricting Parking On Tomlinson Street Approved By Council
Apr07

Ordinance Restricting Parking On Tomlinson Street Approved By Council

Narrow Street Granting Access To Connally Corners To Be Named Patricia Lane An ordinance restricting restricting parking on Tomlinson Street received approval of Sulphur Springs City Council Tuesday evening, as did a requests naming the narrow street granting access to Connally Corners and granting an easement at Coleman Park and a proposal for streetlight audit services. Parking On Tomlinson Street Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc...

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