Devine City Council tables consideration of First Baptist Church property

Members of the Devine City Council and City administration at the Special meeting on March 30. Pictured from left to right are Steve Lopez, David Espinosa, Interim City Administrator Dora Rodriguez, Mayor Bill Herring, Kathy Wilkins, City Attorney Tom Cate, David Valdez, and Hal Lance.
First Baptist Church Pastor Mike Barrera addressed City Council regarding the church’s property.

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 City Council purchases ticket writing system, considers speed bump on Fullerton Dr.

Devine Police Chief Kandy Benavides and Cardinal Tracking, Inc.’s Laura Mason show off the new ticketing system City Council agreed to purchase for the police department at the Special meeting on March 30.

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.
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Paul Gomez new “Chief” on Warhorse football sidelines

Coach Paul Gomez is taking over as head football coach.
Paul and Cassandra Gomez with sons Matthew, Marcus, and Mason.

Paul Gomez was promoted to Devine ISD’s new Head Football Coach, succeeding Chad Quisenberry who stepped up to be the full-time Athletic Director for the district’s boys’ and girls’ programs. Continue reading “Paul Gomez new “Chief” on Warhorse football sidelines”

Devine ISD cancels School Board elections, adopts 2017-2018 calendar

At the regular monthly meeting of the DISD Board of Trustees, on March 27, 2017, the board voted to accept certification of unopposed candidates and adopt an order declaring the Trustee Election cancelled and the following unopposed candidates elected: Henry Moreno, Jr. of District 3 and Nancy Pepper of District 4. Continue reading “Devine ISD cancels School Board elections, adopts 2017-2018 calendar”