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Work On Grays Building Continues At Fast Pace
Mar29

Work On Grays Building Continues At Fast Pace

Zoom Meeting Scheduled This Evening To Discuss Pacific Park Survey Results, Next Steps In Park Improvement Project Courtesy Photo Progress on the Grays Building in Pacific Park continues at a smart pace. Today, glazers install glass while masons erect brick veneers on the east end of the building. Inside the building workers tape and bed the sheetrock, according to Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Maxwell. A little over a week ago, a...

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Sulphur Springs City-Wide Spring Clean Up Announced For April 12-17
Mar23

Sulphur Springs City-Wide Spring Clean Up Announced For April 12-17

Sulphur Springs residents will have an opportunity next month to get rid of unwanted most household items during the city’s annual City-Wide Spring Clean Up. The clean up will be conducted 1/4-mile east of Flowserve from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, April 12 through Saturday, April 17. This is a good opportunity to get rid of trash or other items that cannot be picked up at the curb. Among the items typically discarded are tree...

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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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Request To Rezone Property On Rockdale Road, SH 19 Headed To City Council For Consideration
Mar16

Request To Rezone Property On Rockdale Road, SH 19 Headed To City Council For Consideration

The City of Sulphur Springs Planning and Zoning Commission Monday evening had two primary goals, elect officers and consider a request to rezone property on Rockdale Road and State Highway 19. Chuck Sickles The P&Z Commission, in a meeting conducted via Zoom, elected Chuck Sickles to chair the group and Pat Chase to serve as as vice-chair. The commission also discussed with Sulphur Springs Community Development Director Tory...

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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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What To Expect In Local City and County Facilities Following GA-34
Mar10

What To Expect In Local City and County Facilities Following GA-34

Governor Greg Abbott’s announcement last week of GA-34, which retracts most of the other Governor’s Order enacted related to COVID-19 over the last several months, goes into effect today (Wednesday, March 10). Businesses that choose to do so will be allowed to reopen with no capacity limits, and most public face mask requirements are also lifted — although business owners are allowed to request people wear masks if...

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Sulphur Springs Mayor Recognizes Texas History Month
Mar05

Sulphur Springs Mayor Recognizes Texas History Month

Sulphur Springs Mayor John Sellers, known locally for his passion for genealogy and history, this week took during the regular City Council meeting to recognize the significance of the day to Texas and encouraged citizens to join him in celebrating Texas’ historical past. “It is imperative that the citizens of the great State of Texas make every effort to preserve, protect and promote the diversified and cultural history...

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‘Recognition for Accomplishments Presented to Judy Moore, Retiring Director of Hopkins County Community Chest
Mar04

‘Recognition for Accomplishments Presented to Judy Moore, Retiring Director of Hopkins County Community Chest

Judy Moore, Mayor John Sellers, Councilmen H.B. Nash and Ron Smedley In 2009, following three decades of military service, Judy Moore came on board the Hopkins County Community Chest as Director. Since that time, Moore has implemented needed changes a little at a time as the county’s population has grown and the community has evolved. Through constant networking and seeking avenues to expand services, Moore’s diligent and...

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City Manager’s Report – March 2, 2021
Mar03

City Manager’s Report – March 2, 2021

Sulphur Springs City Council received from City Manager Marc Maxwell the following monthly manager’s report on during the March 2, 2021 council meeting: COVID-19 RESPONSE Marc Maxwell The number of active cases in Hopkins County increased 31 % since our last meeting with a total of 157 active cases as of February 01, 2021. This follows 2 months of declining active cases. It does seem though that the state is not as timely in deducting...

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Bids For Street Improvement Work, Park Concessions Approved By City Council
Mar03

Bids For Street Improvement Work, Park Concessions Approved By City Council

Bids for street improvement work and park concessions were approved by Sulphur Springs City Council during a streamed Tuesday evening meeting that lasted less than 30 minutes. SIP Contract The city posted notices for bids for all labor, materials and equipment for full depth milling and inlay, hot mix asphalt concrete and cement treatment of the sub grade, including mixing, cement, compaction, final grading and coating for the Street...

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