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PediPlace CEO Larry Robins (center with sign) joins staff and board members in accepting the partner agency sign from United Way of Denton County representatives. (Courtesy United Way of Denton County)
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By Kathambari Ramkumar | 1:26 PM Sep 15, 2021 CDT | Updated 1:26 PM Sep 15, 2021 CDT
By Kathambari Ramkumar
The city of Lewisville is looking to use bond funds to replace its aging police and fire departments along Main Street with a new public safety complex.
The authentic Mexican restaurant offers dishes such as pozole, empanadas and nopal tortillas.
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Because of an overall increase in property values, the city expects to collect more revenue next year even though the rate is unchanged.
Trash collection costs for Highland Village residents will increase by 70 cents per month.
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Spraying will be done in a half-mile radius of the site between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Sept. 14 through Sept. 16.
Bus service reports 15,970 average daily riders to date compared with 4,669 average daily riders at the beginning of last school year.
The graduation ceremonies will occur within the North Texas Coliseum, also known as the “Super Pit,” on May 29 and May 30.
The contract permits Stepping Stones, a staffing services organization, to provide four teachers and 10 paraprofessionals to fill high-need vacancies within the district.
Lewisville ISD’s new tax rate addresses what was believed to be a rounding error in a funding template.
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