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Nash Files For Place 2 On Sulphur Springs City Council
Jan22

Nash Files For Place 2 On Sulphur Springs City Council

A fourth candidate has filed candidacy for a place on the May 2 Sulphur Springs City Council Election ballot. Harold Nash Sr. Harold Nash Sr. Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 22, signed up for City Council Place 2 seat. He was appointed by the City Council on Dec. 13 to serve in the Place 2 seat, following the City Council’s acceptance of resignations from Erica Armstrong, Jimmy Lucas and Jeff Sanderson. Place 2 is an unexpired term,...

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Aguilar Files For Place 3 On Sulphur Springs City Council
Jan22

Aguilar Files For Place 3 On Sulphur Springs City Council

As of lunch Wednesday, only three people have filed candidacy for the six places to be determined in the May 2 Sulphur Springs City Council Election. Oscar Aguilar Oscar Aguilar had filed candidacy for Place 3 on the City Council late Wednesday morning. Oscar served on the City Council from 2006-2018, when Norman Sanders defeated him in his bid for reelection 685 votes to 509 votes. Sanders was among four council members to resign...

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Presbyterian Church Receives Approval For Sign
Jan22

Presbyterian Church Receives Approval For Sign

Lee Teetes presents the Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals with images of the sign planned for First Presbyterian Church. First Presbyterian Church’s request for a variance from the downtown design guidelines sign requirements was approved Tuesday night by the Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals. The request marked the second time FPC members requested permission to put up a digital sign. However, the request was denied...

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Church Appealing For Variance For Sign
Jan21

Church Appealing For Variance For Sign

First Presbyterian Church, 129 College Street Signage downtown has been a hot topic of discussion for recent city meetings. The Zoning Board of Adjustments is slated tonight to consider a request to allow a variance for the downtown design guidelines sign requirements to allow a changeable or variable message ground sign to be located at 129 College St. Sulphur Springs Community Development Director Tory Niewiadomski at the Jan. 14...

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Moore Files For Place 6 On City Council
Jan17

Moore Files For Place 6 On City Council

Incumbent Doug Moore around lunch time Friday filed candidacy for Place 6 on the May 2 Sulphur Springs City Council ballot. Moore, a retired businessman, was elected in May 2019 to finish the last year of Dan Froneberger’s term on the council, which expires this spring. Moore was appointed earlier in 2019 to serve in Place 6 until the May 2019 election following Froneberger’s resignation midway through his term. Moore is...

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Cumby Boil Warning Lifted For FM 275 North Water Customers
Jan16

Cumby Boil Warning Lifted For FM 275 North Water Customers

The boil water notice issued Jan. 9 for Cumby water customers on FM 275 north has been lifted, according to the notice Cumby Place 5 Alderman Julie Morris posted on the City of Cumby Facebook page shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. The boil water notice was issued as required by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality due to a water main break

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3 Incumbents File Candidacy For May 2 Elections In Sulphur Springs
Jan15

3 Incumbents File Candidacy For May 2 Elections In Sulphur Springs

Incumbents Robbin Vaughn and Robert Cody file as candidates for the May 2 Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees election. Candidate filing opened Wednesday morning in Sulphur Springs with both incumbents filing applications for school board and one incumbent filing for city council. Incumbent Robbin Vaughn is seeking a third term on the school board. She was first elected to the board in 2014. She has served as secretary and vice...

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Candidate Filing For City Council, School Elections Begins Jan. 15
Jan14

Candidate Filing For City Council, School Elections Begins Jan. 15

Candidate filing for places on the May 2 city and school election ballots begins Wednesday. The cities of Cumby and Sulphur Springs are planning for council elections, while Sulphur Springs and Yantis school districts will hold trustees elections. Sulphur Springs City Council Candidates may file for one of six places on the May 2 Sulphur Springs City Council ballot. The city was scheduled to have a regular election for two places on...

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Boil Notice Issued For Cumby Water Customers On FM 275 North
Jan09

Boil Notice Issued For Cumby Water Customers On FM 275 North

Cumby Alderman Julie Morris posted the following notice on the City of Cumby Facebook page Jan. 9 warning for Cumby water customers on FM 275 north to boil water before using it for human consumption due to a water main break:

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Hearing Slated Tonight To Give Community A Chance To Voice Concerns, Questions Regarding Old Mine Property
Jan09

Hearing Slated Tonight To Give Community A Chance To Voice Concerns, Questions Regarding Old Mine Property

Reclamation Responsibility, Land Leases, ETJ Boundaries, Maintenance Discussed During First Hearing On Annex Sulphur Springs City Council City residents who have questions regarding the old Thermo Mine/ Luminant property that is now owned by the city are encouraged to attend Thursday’s special city council meeting. The 6 p.m. session Jan. 9 is designated specifially as a public hearing for community members to voice any...

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