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Curfew For Minors, Project Superman Among April 5 City Council Agenda Items
Apr04

Curfew For Minors, Project Superman Among April 5 City Council Agenda Items

Homestead exemption, curfew for minors ordinance and economic development project negotiations are among topics Sulphur Springs City Council will discuss during the regular City Council meeting scheduled Tuesday. Sulphur Springs Municipal Building While the regular City Council meeting isn’t scheduled to begin until 7 p.m. April 5, the elected city officials are slated to meet starting at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday in executive session...

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Zoning Request, Supplies Contracts For 3 Capital Improvement Projects Up For Consideration
May03

Zoning Request, Supplies Contracts For 3 Capital Improvement Projects Up For Consideration

A zoning request, supplies contracts for three capital improvement projects and airport ground lease agreements are up for consideration by Sulphur Springs City Council tonight (May 3, 2022). Sulphur Springs Municipal Building Jason and Jennifer Lacomfora are asking that 1.54 acres they own at 1120 Church Street be rezoned. The tract is split-zoned multifamily and heavy commercial. The Lacomforas would like for the entire property to...

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Park And Senior Center, Potential Economic Development Projects On Jan. 4 Agenda
Dec31

Park And Senior Center, Potential Economic Development Projects On Jan. 4 Agenda

Pacific Park and senior center projects as well as potential economic development projects are among the topics on the Sulphur Springs City Council Jan. 4 agenda. The City Council will first meet at 6:30 p.m. in executive session to consult with an attorney, discuss real property matters, specifically potential acquisition of property for storm drainage purposes, and to consider two economic development projects: one for D6 Inc. and...

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SSISD Board Of Trustees Accept Application, Agree To Consider Chapter 313 Agreement For Proposed Manufacturer
Apr12

SSISD Board Of Trustees Accept Application, Agree To Consider Chapter 313 Agreement For Proposed Manufacturer

Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees Monday evening agreed to review an application for an appraised value limitation on qualified property for completion, then send it to the state for review for Chapter 313 compliance then, if approved, to consider the request from business considering establishing a Sulphur Springs facility. The application will be reviewed by the superintendent as well as Powell Law Group for completeness, then...

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Sulphur Springs City Council To Consider Renewing Curfew For Unaccompanied Minors
Mar01

Sulphur Springs City Council To Consider Renewing Curfew For Unaccompanied Minors

As the polls are closing in the Party Primary Elections tonight, the regular meeting of Sulphur Springs City Council is slated to begin. The March 1, 2022 agenda is rather short, with only 12 items listed including opening, closing, time allocated for any public comments and adjournment. One of the six action items on the 7 p.m. agenda tonight is discussion on potentially extending Ordinance No. 2762. Chairs for visitors, presenters,...

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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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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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Parking Ordinance, Grant Writer For Senior Center On Dec. 7 Council Agenda
Dec07

Parking Ordinance, Grant Writer For Senior Center On Dec. 7 Council Agenda

Sulphur Springs Municipal Building (City Hall) If you have something to say about parking on East Shannon Road, from Broadway Street to Mockingbird Lane, Tuesday night is the time to voice it. Ordinance No. 2794, which would prohibit vehicles from parking on the south side of East Shannon Road along that block, and selection of a company to compose a grant application which would provide additional funding for the Senior Citizens...

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Residential Homestead Tax Exemption For City Residents Under Consideration
Apr30

Residential Homestead Tax Exemption For City Residents Under Consideration

A residential homestead tax exemption for city residents will be presented for consideration during the regular Sulphur Springs City Council meeting Tuesday, May 3, 2022 Sulphur Springs Assistant City Manager/Finance Director Lesa Smith in April presented information regarding a residential homestead property tax exemption option during the regular City Council meeting Tuesday evening, April 5, 2022. Information presented by...

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Council Expected This Summer To Consider Granting Homestead Exemption On City Taxes
Apr07

Council Expected This Summer To Consider Granting Homestead Exemption On City Taxes

Sulphur Springs City Council is expected this summer to consider implementing an ordinance granting homestead exemptions to residential taxpayers for city taxes. Assistant City Manager Lesa Smith presented information regarding the taxing option during the regular City Council meeting Tuesday evening, April 5, 2022, noting that there is a specific timeline that must be followed if the city officials want to consider granting homestead...

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