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A therapy session at Equest Therapeutic Horsemanship in Wylie in 2007. (Mike Stone\Special Contributor) The planned Texas Horse Park is ready to move forward after the City Council approved a $10.9 million construction contract Wednesday morning...
The city and an affordable housing nonprofit, run as recently as last year by City Council woman Kelly Allen Gray, have agreed to settle a 4-year-old, $220,000 dispute, with the organization surrendering its remaining real estate, mineral rights and
The ordinance authorizes the use of $1,410,000 $910,000 of which will be obtained through bonds for several projects, including road improvements, the purchase of a cab and chassis for a road salter, a mower and snowplow and improvements to the
The Shura Council approved on Monday amendments to the Income Tax Act, which introduced widening the top tier tax bracket of 25%, formerly for those earning above EGP 10m, to include those earning EGP 250,000. The income inequality was one of
The Chelsea City Council tonight approved a 1 percent sales tax increase effective July 1 that will generate funding for roughly $10 million in planned projects including a community center, numerous sports playing areas, road improvements and more. "
The 10-year bond includes two new servers for the municipal complex and the police department, a hybrid vehicle for the Fire Prevention Bureau, pool vacuums for the Old Mill Pool and road improvement for 16 borough streets. The move was an issue for
Glen Rock Gazette The Glen Rock Borough Council approved a bond ordinance for its 2013 capital spending plan, earmarking $1.9 million for roadway improvements, maintenance projects, municipal vehicle purchases, technology upgrades and other uses. The
Geoff Folsom Herald Staff Writer A planned industrial development will have better access after the Pasco City Council approved using most of a $3.2 million state grant to build a new rail line on Monday evening. The 11,200 line will allow rail
Doyle of Elections Operations Services of Glendale, Ariz. and $7,520.58 to the La Paz County Elections Department. At the council's April 2 meeting, Town Manager Lori Wedemeyer explained the bill from Doyle was for printing and publishing the legally
The council voted 4-1, with Councilwoman Linda Atkins dissenting, to go forward with the grant application. Atkins said the matter, which was approved in a special meeting announced Thursday, should have been given more public notice. I'm against