Cumby City Council To Appoint New Member, Consider Budget and Tax Rate
Sep18

Cumby City Council To Appoint New Member, Consider Budget and Tax Rate

Cumby City Hall, 100 East Main Street, Cumby, Texas The Cumby City Council has posted notification of a Special Meeting Agenda to be held Saturday, September 21st at 9:00am. The City Council must appoint a new member to fill a recent vacancy as the result of a resignation. The remaining members must consider an appointment of a resident of Cumby, and if so appointed, that person will immediately be sworn in to the Alderman Place 2...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Special Workshop Update
Sep17

Sulphur Springs City Council Special Workshop Update

About 60 concerned citizens gathered in the City Council Chambers on Monday evening, September 16th, to hear council members discuss the “vision” of Sulphur Springs. The special workshop meeting was called by Mayor Norman Sanders, to discuss ideas and hear about past projects and long range plans for the city. Mr. Sanders tells KSST News that he is thrilled of the progress that the city has made with downtown, Coleman...

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City To Hold Sept. 24 Hearing Regarding Special Election Called For Proposition A
Sep17

City To Hold Sept. 24 Hearing Regarding Special Election Called For Proposition A

If you have comments, questions or thoughts regarding the upcoming special election for Proposition A, then be sure to mark Sept. 24 on your calendar. A public hearing will be held at 7 p.m. that Tuesday at City Hall, 201 North Davis St., to notify Sulphur Springs residents of the scope and budget impact of the proposition. Sulphur Springs City County at their regular July meeting called for the Nov. 5 election this summer in order to...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Sept. 16 Special Workshop Agenda
Sep13

Sulphur Springs City Council Sept. 16 Special Workshop Agenda

CITY OF SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS SPECIAL WORKSHOP OF THE CITY COUNCIL SEPTEMBER 16, 2019, 6:00 P.M. A special workshop of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 16, 2019 in the Council Room at 201 North Davis. The following items will be discussed: Call to order.Pledge and invocation.Discussion only regarding the vision for the City of Sulphur SpringsAdjourn Sulphur Springs City Hall, 201 North...

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Cumby City Council To Discuss Water Meter Rates, Appoint Associate Judge
Sep10

Cumby City Council To Discuss Water Meter Rates, Appoint Associate Judge

Cumby City Hall, 100 East Main Street, Cumby, Texas Water meter rates, the seizure fund, a grant, an emergency number and associate judge’s evaluation are among the items to be discussed and considered at tonight by Cumby City Council. During the 6:30 p.m. meeting Tuesday, Sept. 10, the Cumby City Council is slated to discuss and considered adopting a resolution authorizing submission of a Community Development Block Grant...

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Go Ahead Given For New Business Building On Gilmer Street, Plus An 8-Unit Building And 6 Quadplexes
Sep06

Go Ahead Given For New Business Building On Gilmer Street, Plus An 8-Unit Building And 6 Quadplexes

If you’ve driven down Gilmer Street at the Oak Avenue split this spring and summer, you most likely wondered what was planned for the property where the old house was removed. That is tabbed to become Stone Leaf Stone Leaf Addition Sulphur Springs City Council this week agreed to a request from GNZ Land Holdings, LLC, to combine several lots totaling 4.916 acres of property, just off Gilmer Street, into two lots. This will...

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Ordinance Change Would Prohibit Scooters, Roller Blades On City Sidewalks
Sep06

Ordinance Change Would Prohibit Scooters, Roller Blades On City Sidewalks

Sulphur Springs City Council will be asked at an upcoming meeting to approve on second reading an ordinance prohibiting most wheeled devices from being driven, rolled and ridden on sidewalks in “commercially zoned areas.” Ordinance No. 2760, as proposed would amend Chapter 25, Article VI of the city code, changing the title to “Bicycles, scooters and other wheeled conveyances.” The code would include...

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Proposed Ordinance Would Limit Curbside Parking At Intersections in City Limits
Sep06

Proposed Ordinance Would Limit Curbside Parking At Intersections in City Limits

A new ordinance proposed this week by city officials would amend city policies regarding curbside parking. Ordinance No. 2759 would amend Chapter 25 of the Code of Ordinances to include Section 25-82.1, prohibiting curbside parking within 25 feet of any intersection inside the city limits. City Attorney Jim McLeroy explained that this was an ordinance city officials had received a request for. City staff explored the idea of...

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Street Maintenance Doubled In Sulphur Springs In Spring
Sep04

Street Maintenance Doubled In Sulphur Springs In Spring

Waste Lift System Repairs Begin Sooner Than Originally Planned The street maintenance fee program implements in 2019 has been successful, doubling the amount street surfaces that received repairs this year, thanks to the $5 street maintenance fee Sulphur Springs residents pay on their utility bills. Plans for another major repair project had to be started immediately due to the precarious state of the system; the Cantex sewer lift...

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City Property Tax, Utility Rates Approved On First Reading By Council
Sep04

City Property Tax, Utility Rates Approved On First Reading By Council

Sulphur Springs Finance Director Lesa Smith, City Secretary Gale Roberts Sulphur Springs City Council approved on first reading several ordinances dealing with the city property tax and service rates, as well as another amending the 2018-19 budget. Budget City Finance Director Lesa Smith asked the council to approve Ordinance 27851, which amends the 2018-19 budget. She explained that Sulphur Springs Municipal Airport has sold more jet...

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