The Devine City Council voted unanimously to waive wind bracing plans for three upcoming HOME program houses, and waived a $200 fine that had been assessed to a customer in the Regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
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The talk around town is that the City of Devine raised Water and Sewer Rates because we took over the Golf Course and need money to run it. Continue reading “Notice to all utility customers from Mayor Bill Herring”
The following City of Devine departmental reports were included in Council packets at the Devine City Council meeting held Tuesday, August 21.
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You’ll find a public notice from the City of Devine in this week’s print edition regarding the 2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. The full report which can be seen online shows an average level of 6 for Asbestos, and readings of the contaminant ranges between 0-10.244. The maximum contaminate level goal is 7.
The entire 2017 report can be found on the city’s website at:
The Devine Police Department is once again teaming up with the Devine News and the Driscoll Public Library in asking our citizens and businesses to help out our elderly and those less fortunate by joining Project Breeze.
The Devine City Council voted to purchase a Municipal Airport hangar from the Estep family for $130,000 and amend the current fiscal year budget for the same amount in a Special meeting held April 24.
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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.
Continue reading “Devine City Council approves nearly $20k for parks, removes Coker stop signs and speed bumps”
The following January reports were included in the Council packets at the Regular City Council meeting on Feb. 20.
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