The following monthly reports were included in Council packets at the Devine City Council meeting held April 17.
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The following departmental reports were included in Council packets at the Regular meeting of the Devine City Council last Monday, March 20.
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Following recommendations from the Parks and Recreation Board, the Devine City Council voted to fund close to $20,000 in minor repairs and upkeep for Briscoe Park and Curcio Park in the Regular meeting held last Tuesday, March 20.
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The following January reports were included in the Council packets at the Regular City Council meeting on Feb. 20.
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The Natalia City Council passed a heavy truck Ordinance and swore in re-elected and newly-elected members at the Regular meeting held on Nov. 20.
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The City of Devine passed a 2018 tax rate of $0.5110 per $100 of valuation, and a $10 million dollar budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 at a Special meeting held last Tuesday, September 26.
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The Natalia City Council passed a proposed tax rate of $0.8564 per $100 of value at the Regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 18.
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Devine City Council members chose streets in their districts to be repaired at a Special meeting held August 8.
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The following reports were included in Devine City Council packets at the Regular meeting on August 15.
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Get Ready South Texas with hurricane emergency kit
Residents please do your best to put together a hurricane emergency kit that includes: flashlight, batteries, cash, first-aid kit, shoes, non-perishable food, can opener, gallons of water, special needs for babies, elderly and pets, any important prescription medications and a battery powered radio for any emergency updates. Continue reading “Local city issues warning, says get ready for storm”