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City Council Calls For Special Election To Help Fund Pacific Park Improvements, New Senior Citizens Center
Jul03

City Council Calls For Special Election To Help Fund Pacific Park Improvements, New Senior Citizens Center

Sulphur Springs voters will be asked Nov. 5 to go to the poles to determine whether or not to allow economic development funds to be used to help fund improvement at Pacific Park and to build a new center for senior citizens. The city council was asked to approve a resolution for the special election to allow the EDC sales and use tax funding to be used by the city’s parks department for qualified 4B projects, including...

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Work On Grays Building In Pacific Park Progressing With Roof Work
Mar18

Work On Grays Building In Pacific Park Progressing With Roof Work

Deadline For Community Members To Complete Online Pacific Park Improvements Survey Is March 19 Work on the Grays Building in Pacific Park is progressing with the roof being installed Wednesday. Crews were on scene using equipment to lift large metal panels to the top of the building to be placed and secured atop the metal frame. Over the last month, framing and plumbing top-out were finished. Electrical rough-in was nearly complete,...

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City Of Sulphur Springs Seeking Input For Finishing Touches For Pacific Park Improvements
Mar11

City Of Sulphur Springs Seeking Input For Finishing Touches For Pacific Park Improvements

Deadline For Community Members To Complete Online Pacific Park Improvements Survey Is March 19 The City of Sulphur Springs is seeing input regarding improvements at Pacific Park. City Community Development Director Tory Niewiadomski invites residents are invited to complete an online survey regarding their preferences of options for improvements, including top uses for a pavilion, type of new playground equipment, additional desired...

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Steel For the New Grays Building Being Installed At Pacific Park
Dec01

Steel For the New Grays Building Being Installed At Pacific Park

Design, Engineering Service Contract For TPWD Grant For Pacific Park Improvements On Dec. 1 City Council Agenda Work on the new Grays Building progressed Tuesday morning at Pacific Park with Hawk Construction putting up the steel beams that will be the backbone for the new building. The steel was delivered from Sulta Manufacturing last week, and work was well under way Tuesday by Hawk to install the steel. The steel that will form the...

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Progress In the Pacific Park: Grays Building Foundation Is Being Poured
Oct21

Progress In the Pacific Park: Grays Building Foundation Is Being Poured

Crews continue to make progress in Pacific Park on the new Grays Building. The project reached another construction landmark, pouring of the concrete for the foundation. Foundation work begins on the new Grays Building Wednesday morning, October. 21, 2020 Starting at 7 a.m. Oct. 21, 2020, Bell concrete began arriving with product which a Potts Concrete Construction crew placed on the construction site. By 9 a.m., a good section of the...

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Work On Grays Building In Pacific Park Progressing
Sep17

Work On Grays Building In Pacific Park Progressing

Work progressed this week on the new Grays Community Center building in Pacific Park, with work for the foundation. The City of Sulphur Springs Capital Construction Division had finished preparing the pad site for the Grays building by Sept. 1. The soil came from the drainage way just south of Spring Street, behind the pawn shop. This gives the city the added benefit of increased stormwater retention, which should further reduce the...

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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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Election Results
Nov06

Election Results

Hopkins County voters have had their say, and were in favor of one local proposition, against another, decided school trustees in North Hopkins ISD, their choice for mayor in Cumby, preferences for a utility versus water district for Lake Fork and weighed in on proposed Constitutional Amendments as well. Results of the Nov. 5 elections in Hopkins County are listed below. Elections that include more than 1 district and state-wide...

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Election Results: Early Voting
Nov05

Election Results: Early Voting

Hopkins County Early and Absentee Voting Election Results are listed below. Elections that include more than one district or county , or are state-wide will reflect only Hopkins County results, not final tallies. City of Cumby Mayor Cumby residents who cast early ballots were nearly 62 percent in favor of Horne. Doug Simmerman — 8Ryan Horne — 13 Cumby ISD Bond In the early ballots, 60 percent of voters were in favor of the...

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Hopkins County Voters To Cast Ballots In 6 Elections
Nov04

Hopkins County Voters To Cast Ballots In 6 Elections

Voting will be conducted in Hopkins County from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, for six different elections. Registered Hopkins county voters may cast ballots Election Day at any of the designated voting centers throughout the county. Additional voting information for all six election, including sample ballots can be found on the Hopkins County website. Constitutional Amendments All registered Texas voters who did not cast ballots...

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