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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Agenda Set for McKinney City Council Special Meeting, June 1


Tomorrow’s City Council Special Meeting will begin at 5:30 pm in Council Chambers at 222 N. Tennessee Street McKinney, Texas 75069. Please click the following link to view agenda and included attachments: City Council Special Meeting Agenda 6/1/15

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McKinney ISD Names Two New Principals


McKinney, Texas – Gordon Butler has been named the new principal of McKinney High School and Kelly Flowers has been chosen as the new principal of Caldwell Elementary. The McKinney ISD Board of Trustees approved the decision at their monthly meeting held Tuesday night at McKinney High School. The personnel moves come in the wake of the recent announcement by ...

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Swing by the SPCA to Bring Home Cree and Lulu

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Meet Cree, a friendly 6-year-old, 68 pound, mostly reddish blonde Shepherd mix. He loves to take walks and he is easy to walk. In fact, he tries to walk at the exact pace as his human partner. Obviously, he does not jerk at the leash and he loves to be petted. Cree loves to play fetch outside, and after that ...

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SRS Distribution, Headquartered in McKinney, Acquires Advanced Building Products


MCKINNEY, TX — SRS Distribution announced Wednesday that it is in the final stages of acquiring Advanced Building Products, a regional independent distributor of roofing, siding, windows, gutters and related residential and commercial building products, supplies, and services. Advanced is headquartered in Harahan, LA and maintains additional locations in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and Lake Charles, Louisiana as well as Huntsville, AL and Oklahoma City, OK. The ...

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Applications Now Being Accepted for City Boards and Commissions


Residents who want to get involved in helping shape city policies for a variety of areas from libraries, historic preservation, economic development, to the arts have an opportunity with city boards and commissions. The city is taking applications for open positions through June 29. “Joining one of the city’s 20 boards and commissions is a great way to help shape ...

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Collin County Commissioner Chris Hill Seeks Re-Election


MCKINNEY, Texas – This week, Chris Hill officially launched his re-election campaign for county commissioner of precinct three in Collin County. Commissioner Hill was first elected to the position in 2012. Precinct three, in northeast Collin County, includes the cities of McKinney, Allen, Anna, Fairview, Princeton, Lucas, Melissa, Farmersville, Lowry Crossing, Blue Ridge, New Hope, and Weston. In conjunction with ...

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Letter to the Editor: Ty Lake Endorses District 4 Candidate Amid Run-Off Campaigns


Dear Chuck and Pablo, I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for your time in meeting with me recently. During my campaign, I vowed to be open, transparent and to make well-reasoned decisions for our community while always keeping an open mind and showing genuine respect to everyone. My plan is to carry this message forward and ...

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National Weather Service Issues Alerts for Collin County and Surrounding Areas


The National Weather Service has issued the following weather alerts for Collin County: Tornado Watch until May 24, 2:00 am Flood Warning until May 25, 2:45 am Flash Flood until May 25, 12:00 am For updates and continued information please see the National Weather Service website here. For more information regarding hazardous weather in McKinney please click here.

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McKinney City Council Run-Offs Early Voting Begins the First Week of June


McKINNEY, Texas (May 22, 2015) – Early voting begins June 1 for the run-off election to determine the District 4 and At Large City Council representatives. McKinney voters will elect either Chuck Branch or Pablo Ruiz to the District 4 seat and either Tracy Rath or Bill Campbell to the City Council At Large seat during early voting from Monday, ...

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Cross Timbers Sierra Club Hosts Three Upcoming Events


The Cross Timbers Sierra Club, which serves Collin, Denton, Fannin, and Grayson counties will have Sally Evans from theBlackland Prairie Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists speak at the Cross Timbers meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. on Tues., May 26at the yellow house next to the Diggin It shop in McKinney. May 30th hike in Denton County– Join us ...

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