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Tag Archives: City Manager Jason Gray

Former City Manager Gray to Receive 12 Months Salary as Severance

Jason Gray

The end of Jason Gray’s tenure as city manager of McKinney may have been contentious, but he’s not leaving McKinney empty-handed. Gray is getting a hefty payday on his way out of town. According to Gray’s separation agreement signed by both Gray and Mayor Brian Loughmiller and obtained by TownSquareBuzz.com, Gray received a full year’s salary and benefits as part ...

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City Council Grants City Manager Authority to Madrigal During Transition

Jose Madrigal

The process of moving on from former City Manager Jason Gray continued when the McKinney City Council met to discuss the city’s next steps after reaching “a joint decision” to accept Gray’s resignation last Monday, Feb. 24. During a closed, executive session meeting Friday, the council members passed a resolution granting Deputy City Manager Jose Madrigal “the ability to act ...

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ReStore Receives Flexible Architectural Molding

Have you always admired the wide, beautiful molding in expensive homes?  The ReStore has just received a large shipment of this decorative product in various lengths, most approximately 6 feet. We have a wide range of styles and widths, paint-ready for your room. The regular price is $10 per piece, but is on sale Friday through Thursday, February 28 to ...

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Jason Gray’s Resignation: How Did We Get Here?

When McKinney City Manager Jason Gray resigned Monday night, it brought his nearly three-year tenure to an abrupt but ultimately expected close. Controversial personnel and city business decisions marked Gray’s time in McKinney. Gray’s demeanor and the way he handled city affairs ruffled feathers throughout the city and city hall. Gray’s job performance was questioned by his bosses, the McKinney ...

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McKinney City Manager Jason Gray Resigns

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After months of turmoil and years of questionable decisions, Jason Gray’s time as McKinney’s city manager is over. On Monday evening, Gray met with the members of the McKinney City Council and “came to a joint decision to accept (Gray’s) resignation upon execution of a mutually agreed upon separation agreement,” according to a release from the City of McKinney. Gray’s resignation ...

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City Council Notebook: Architect Approved for Aquatic Center, City Charter Election Date Set

The McKinney City Council packed a lot of business into a brief one-hour meeting on Tuesday night. During the meeting, the council approved several items that will affect many McKinney citizens in the distend and not-too-distant future. The Aquatic Center Has an Architect: Council approved Brinkley Sargent Architects to provide architectural and engineering services for the aquatic and fitness facility ...

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City Manager Politics Get Strained Not Only McKinney, But Other DFW Cities

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Serving as city manager seems like a tough gig. You have to oversee the operations of an entire city. Your areas of responsibility touch nearly every aspect of the public’s life. From the water we drink to the streets we drive on and everything in between, the city manager is responsible for it all. With that job comes a certain ...

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Square Off: Walmart, City Council and School District Rezoning

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The McKinney City Council and McKinney ISD Board provided most of the fodder for discussion on this week’s Square Off but first, the mayor and mayor pro temp provided an update to the historic district residents last week on the Neighborhood Walmart that won’t see the light of day. Share your thoughts in the comments below… Special thanks to Chestnut ...

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City Manager Responds to Accusations Raised By Watchdog PAC

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A regularly scheduled City Council meeting was punctuated Tuesday night when Laura Kayata, the interim chair of McKinney’s Watchdog PAC, spoke during the public comments segment. Kayata, who founded the Watchdog group, told  council that the group is 989 members strong and growing and that the group has filed a formal ethics complaint with the International City Manager’s Association in Washington D.C. ...

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Six-Year Dream Realized for Mom, Daughters

Persistence paid off for Delvin Duckett and her two girls.  The family helped raise the walls for their new home last week, a six-year dream. North Collin County Habitat for Humanity homeownership requires a partnership with each family, which includes sweat equity, a monthly mortgage payment and a good credit score. It has taken Delvin six years to attain her ...

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