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Just the Facts about Copper Canyon — July 2019

Ron Robertson

In the last meeting dated June 10th, the council voted to replace the town attorney and the town engineer, as part of a fresh start the town needed. The council reappointed Valerie Pearson Cannady, as Deputy Mayor Pro-Tem and Bill Castleman as Mayor Pro-Tem. I want to thank them both for agreeing to serve in that capacity. We also created a true DRC “Development Review Committee” and just in time as on June 19th, that committee reviewed its first new development request.

The council approved the makeup of the Master Plan Committee, and will interview town planners soon. This group should be up and running full force by mid-July. I have asked Council Member Ted Stranczek to spearhead the road maintenance/storm water drainage committee, and as expected, Ted took this project on with full force. He has already formed a group and will start to review the town’s problem areas and prioritize the project.

Mayor Pro-Tem Bill Castleman will soon be meeting with the county on renegotiating with the Sheriff’s Department for patrol services. This one area is costing the town over $150,000 year, and that money could be allocated to repairing roads and drainage problems, along with other services for the town.

Council Member Steve Hill will continue to work with me and the Town Manager on the budget and keep me advised on the overall financial climate of Copper Canyon.

If you want to stay informed on your town and what is happening, please attend the next council meeting July 8th. Our team stands ready to have citizens involved in deciding what is best for Copper Canyon.

CTG Staff
The Cross Timbers Gazette News Department

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