After the Bearcats and Yellow Jackets battle on the gridiron Friday night, one not-so-lucky mayor will have to don the opposing teams jersey, a side of history that former mayors from both towns agree they don’t want to be on. “If you lose, you gotta pay the price,” said Robert Brady, former mayor of Denison.
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The Denison City Council recently discussed financing for both past and future water projects.In two separate actions, the council approved issuing $5.72 million in debt for 2019 water and sewer projects and a separate bond for $3.45 million to refinance previous debt from 2008 water projects.
The city of Denison is moving forward with plans for water projects that will help provide adequate water, including one of the city’s highest growth corridors.The city council voted to take the first steps in pursuing $5.72 million in debt for water and sewer improvements this year that includes a new water line along West Loy Lake Road and improvements to the city’s elevated tower at North Texas Regional Airport – Perrin Field.One of the largest pieces of this year’s
Denison residents, business leaders and other stakeholders came together Friday to recap what the past year has meant for the city and what 2019 has to offer. These updates came as part of the Denison Development Alliance’s 18th Annual Economic Development Conference, which showcased upcoming projects not only in Denison but across the region.”I think it’s great that we’ve got close to 300 people in attendance here,” DDA board Chairman David Spindle said.
After hearing about pending growth for years, Grayson County residents saw the arrival of a lot economic development related to growth arrive in 2018.Sherman and Denison in particular had a number of new industries and companies arrive in town, and saw several existing corporate citizens announce plans to expand locally.”This has been the most growth oriented period we’ve had with record low unemployment, record high tax income and new property tax income,” Denison Development
DENISON, Texas — A trampoline park is coming to Denison’s burgeoning Gateway Village development. The Urban Air Adventure Park franchise will be owned by the Litteken family of Ardmore, where a location has already been established. Dallas-Based Urban Air has facilities across the U.S. and in the United Kingdom.
The city of Denison kicked off the holiday season with a bit of winter cheer Friday when it opened its annual outdoor ice rink to the public.
Texoma’s unemployment dropped in October, maintaining its position below state and national numbers, the Texas Workforce Commission said in its monthly jobs report.The report found the unemployment rate for the Sherman-Denison area fell from 3.2 percent in September to just 3 percent in October, placing it within what many experts consider “full employment.”
The city of Denison has committed $350,000 in funding toward a $7.51 million series of improvements to ramps on U.S. Highway 75 between Spur 503 and FM 691.
When Sherman Mayor David Plyler received the Denison Yellow Jackets jersey he was to wear during Monday’s City Council meeting, he was surprised to see his named emblazoned on the back.Plyler spent the entirety of the meeting wearing the Yellow Jackets No.
The Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Planning Organization recently received an update on proposed changes that could reduce the organization’s Category 2 funding through the Texas Department of Transportation from $7.9 million per year to about $6 million per year.The update comes following discussions and a vote by the 25 members of the Association of Texas Metropolitan Planning Organizations, also known as TEMPO, regarding the allocation of Category 2 funds between the organizations.