Northlake Notes – September 2017

Northlake Mayor Peter Dewing

by Northlake Mayor Peter Dewing

The Good:

Reconstructing of Florance Road is planned to begin this month. The road will still be travelable during reconstruction; however the road will be reduced to one lane from time to time.

The entire 2.6 million square feet of new warehouse and office space on Hwy 114 is now at capacity with new tenants and will be bringing additional jobs to the Town.

The Home2 Suites by Hilton is now open and will be having a grand opening in the near future.

The Town’s preliminary budget is based on the same tax rate established approximately 20 years ago.

Northlake has initiated actions to make repairs to Applewood and Eagleton Lane that will be paid for by the contractor, not your tax dollars.

The Unpleasant:

TXDOT has completed the traffic study on FM 407 and has determined that traffic signals are necessary between I-35W and Cleveland-Gibbs Road. The Town will post updates as they become available on the website.

Some of the right-of-way and easements to improve Cleveland-Gibbs are still being negotiated with property owners.

Northlake increased our subscription rate from 1.0m to 1.3m gallons per day with Upper Trinity Regional Water District due to daily usage.

If there are topics or issues you would like discussed, please let me know. All my contact information can be found on Northlake’s website:

CTG Staff
CTG Staff
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