The general election voting for Alderman in District #5 will take place on May 6th from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Representatives from UTSA’s Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research and the Rural Business Program presented a vision plan for the future of Devine from IH-35 down Hwy. 173 to the downtown district in a public meeting held in the George S. Woods Community Center on March 30.
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The Driscoll Public Library’s monthly Night of Colors is Monday, April 10, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
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On March 28, 2017, Rosie Leal passed away unexpectedly from her fight with Stage 3 Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Continue reading “Benefit plate sale for Leal family April 8”
The Devine City Council voted unanimously to take no action on the possible purchase of the former Whitfield and Briscoe properties now owned by the First Baptist Church in a Special meeting held Thursday, March 30.
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Devine Police Chief Kandy Benavides and Lieutenant Chris Andrews presented the Devine City Council with a proposal for the purchase of two mobile ticket writing systems from Cardinal Tracking, Inc., at the Special meeting on Thursday, March 30.
Continue reading “Devine City Council purchases ticket writing system, considers speed bump on Fullerton Dr.”
The Devine City Council received positive remarks from the auditor and canceled the Mayor and District 2 elections in the Regular meeting held Tuesday, March 21.
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The following reports were included in Council members’ packets at the Regular Devine City Council meeting held Tuesday, March 21.
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Mary Badillo has been hired to fulfill the new position of full-time financial advisor for the City of Devine, effective May 15.
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First Baptist Church Devine (FBCD) is excited about all the possibilities their new purchase of land will bring to not only their church membership but the community of Devine as well. Continue reading “First Baptist Church excited about land purchase, future youth facility”