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Fire marshall put on unpaid leave; garbage rates increase

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Following a closed session in Monday night’s meeting of the Henrietta City Council, aldermen voted to place City Fire Marshall Larry Heaton on unpaid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into theft of funds from the Henrietta Volunteer Fire … [Read more...]

Council to consider rate increase for residential waste collection

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City Administrator Kelley Bloodworth is urging the Henrietta City County to consider a small hike in residential garbage rates in an effort to offset a surcharge collected by waste management company IESI. The fuel surcharge came up during a discussion of the city’s … [Read more...]

Henrietta citywide cleanup slated for April 9-12

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Henrietta’s annual citywide cleanup is set for Wednesday, April 9 through Saturday, April 12. The city convenience center, located on Hapgood Park Road in Henrietta, will be open from 3-7 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday. An … [Read more...]

HGC approves agreement for new construction in Western Estates

New construction could soon be underway in the Wester Estate addition of Henrietta after the Henrietta Growth Corporation approved an agreement Monday night with builder Steve Bachman. Bachman shared plans with the board for a three-bedroom brick home similar to … [Read more...]

City of Henrietta enters Stage 4 water restrictions, increases rates

Lake Arrowhead has dropped to 28.8 percent capacity, spurring city leaders in Henrietta and Wichita Falls to enact stage 4 water restrictions.

The City of Henrietta has enacted stage 4 water restrictions effective immediately, a measure approved by the Henrietta City Council Tuesday night. The council also enacted new water rates for consumers. The new restrictions were triggered by the City of Wichita … [Read more...]

Construction underway on ‘Safe Route to School’ sidewalks

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Construction of new sidewalks in portions of Henrietta continues as part of the city’s involvement in the Safe Routes to School program. Once the project is completed, workers will have laid a route connecting all three Henrietta school campuses with downtown Henrietta … [Read more...]

Henrietta Growth Corp to benefit from increased sales tax revenues

Directors of the Henrietta Growth Corporation approved a budget of $416,410 for Fiscal Year 2014 during a regular meeting Monday night. Included in the budget is an expected 10 percent increase in sales tax revenue for the City of Henrietta. The estimation is based … [Read more...]

City of Byers looking for small businesses to lease school property

The City of Byers is in the process of leasing all or part of the Byers School Property for events, storage, office space or light industrial. The community now uses the facilities for community events such as Bingo, suppers, music shows, and other events. “We … [Read more...]

Petrolia CISD voters approve tax rate; Johnson retains HISD trustee seat

Five years after Petrolia ISD first put forth a proposition to increase property taxes in an effort to raise revenues, voters of the now consolidated district have complied. In Saturday’s municipal and school elections, 56 percent of PCISD voters cast ballots in … [Read more...]

Petrolia CISD makes fifth attempt at tax increase as early voting begins

Editor's Note: This article has been corrected to reflect additional polling places in Henrietta ISD Trustees' election. For a fifth-straight year, Petrolia CISD is asking voters for a property tax increase to raise maintenance and operations revenue. The previous … [Read more...]

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