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  1. Coppell moves forward with pursuing funding for Cotton Belt trails

    ...portion of trails proposed to align with DART’s Cotton Belt Rail Line. At a recent meeting, the Coppell City Council approved resolutions supporting submitting applications for funding. The city is supporting...

  2. Surfside getting tough on littering

    ...to do in his court. Surfside is hoping to have the grand opening of their nature trail April 23, alderman Gregg Bisso said. The project has been in the works for years but is finally coming to completion....

  3. Council in workshop retreat Monday

    New Braunfels City Council members will discuss 2019-20 budget planning and future goals in a special session at 8 a.m. Monday at Landa Haus, 360 Aquatic Circle in New Braunfels. “This is just a retreat...

  4. Council approves budget ordinance for local projects

    By LUCAS STROUGH | lstrough@kilgorenewsherald.com Kilgore City Council passed Ordinance No. 1735 at Tuesday’s meeting, authorizing a fiscal year 2019 budget amendment to allow for several unforeseen expenses....

  5. City develops multi-phase plan to revitalize Hwy. 135 sports complex

    ...over anything else. This isn’t about, necessarily, our love for any given sport. This is about the city council’s philosophy that sport is a great way to build character, to have exposure to coaches who...

  6. Kermit residents react to possibility of new oil refinery

    ...just over 6,000 people, would mean more local job opportunities and economic prosperity. Kermit Mayor Jerry Phillips believes the community would welcome the addition. “I think the community will be...

  7. Round Rock opens first boutique hotel

    ...different reasons to come downtown," Round Rock Planning Director Brad Wiseman said. RELATED: Round Rock City Council approves $30 million in street improvements Part of the deal between the city and the hotel...

  8. Texas high court tosses employees' case for on-call compensation against Denton

    ...utilities department that is located at the city’s landfill — sued the city. They argued that, because the city manager’s office in 2013 removed policy stating on-call time was not compensated, they were entitled...

  9. From the Desk of the City Manager

    Port Isabel focused on infrastructure improvements By JARED HOCKEMA Port Isabel City Manager Special to the PRESS I’m writing today to give an update on city projects coming up this year. Last year,...

  10. Community news in brief

    Gainesville City Council sets meeting City council members at their next meeting are set to consider approval of a bid for demolishing the former Boys and Girls Club building on Hird Street. Gainesville...

  11. The Cedar Park City Council moves toward a major economic investment

    Cedar Park hopes to strike a deal that some city leaders are already calling "historic" The city council has now approved a preliminary plan to offer the United States Tennis Association Texas $60-million...

  12. City Manager Spencer Cronk restarts land development code rewrite with directive to City Council

    Philip Jankowski @PhilJankowski Friday Mar 15, 2019 at 2:55 PM Mar 15, 2019 at 2:56 PM Austin City Manager Spencer Cronk issued a directive to the City Council Friday to restart the overhaul of the...

  13. Cedar Park approves proposed $1.5 billion deal to bring US Tennis HQ to Indigo Ridge

    ...corporate relocations to Indigo Ridge” said Mike Kennedy of Avison Young, the brokers for the project. Council Member Heather Jefts underscored the significance of the project. “I have to give a standing ovation...

  14. Trash Off set for April 6

    ...underway for the Don’t Mess with Sealy Trash Off event Saturday, April 6. The event, organized by Sealy City Council members Dee Anne Lerma and Jennifer Sullivan, is an effort to beautify the community. It’s...

  15. Mayor delivers State of the City address

    Miguel Roberts 2019-03-14_StateOfTheCityAddress_4.jpg City of Brownsville Mayor Tony Martinez gives his State of The City Address Thursday evening at Historic Market Square in downntown Brownsville....

  16. Cedar Park to preserve more trees with revised ordinance

    ...may encourage developers in Cedar Park to retain more trees on their properties. Cedar Park City Council unanimously voted to amend the city’s landscaping and tree-mitigation requirements March 14. Council...

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