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Sulphur springs council to consider tax rate, Pacific Park playground

by Logan Vaughan

City manager Marc Maxwell and council member Freddie Taylor discuss the budget during last month’s council meeting

The Sulphur Springs city council will review and set tax rates for the upcoming fiscal year at their Sept. 7 session, among other items of business. 

TAX RATES
The council intends to set tax rates for the following:

  • City of Sulphur Springs tax rate of $0.42692/$100
  • Water rate
  • Sewer rate
  • Sanitation rate

OTHER FINANCIALS
The council intends to discuss other financial matters:

  • Updated service credits
  • Police asset forfeiture budget
  • Economic Development Corporation budget
  • Annual investment policy
  • Contract for water materials for the College Street project
  • Playground equipment for Pacific Park
  • Master fee schedule for costs, fees, and rates associated with permitting, utility services, and other services provided by the city

REAL ESTATE/ CITY PLANNING
The council intends to discuss the following real estate/ city planning matters

  • 380 Agreement for property located at 410 Houston Street, Lot 1R
  • 380 Agreement for property located at 410 Houston, Lot 3R
  • 380 Agreement for property located at 447 Houston Street
  • 380 Agreement for property located at 219 Craig Street
  • Easement with ONCOR Electric Delivery LLC at Coleman Park Water Tower site
  • Rezone property located at 618 Oak Avenue, identified as Lot 10 A, Block 40 2
  • Rezone property located 125 Weaver Drive

And other items of business. To see the complete council agenda, visit http://www.sulphurspringstx.org/09072021A.pdf

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