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Collin County Judge Files for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

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Judge Ray Wheless, a Collin County District Judge, filed his petition with the Republican Party of Texas last Thursday as a candidate for the Republican nomination as Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2.  The seat is currently held by Judge Larry Meyers, who after twenty years as a Republican on Texas’ highest criminal court, switched to ...

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McKinney Police Officer Promoted to Deputy Chief

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McKINNEY, Texas (Dec. 10, 2015) – The McKinney Police Department (MPD) has announced the promotion of Matt Kasmerski to Deputy Chief, effective Dec. 14. Kasmerski was promoted from the position of Patrol Lieutenant to Deputy Chief leading the Professional Services Division.   “This promotion is well deserved and we applaud Deputy Chief Kasmerski for his professionalism and dedication in ensuring ...

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Eight McKinney, Texas Students Chosen for Congressional Youth Advisory Council

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McKinney, Texas – U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX–03) has announced the students chosen to participate in his 2015–2016 Congressional Youth Advisory Council (CYAC). Eighty-seven Collin County high school students were selected by a community board to serve on the council due to their outstanding leadership skills, academic performance, extra-curricular participation and community service. Eight McKinney ISD students were among those ...

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McKinney, TX Leadership Hosts Interactive Town Hall Community Meeting Oct. 15


McKINNEY, Texas (Oct 1., 2015) – The City of McKinney will hold a District 1 town hall community meeting on Thursday, Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at McKinney City Hall, 222 N. Tennessee St. Residents will receive updates on various city projects within District 1, and city leaders will be available to answer questions. To learn which City Council district you live ...

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McKinney, TX Approves New 317.1 Million Dollar City Budget


McKINNEY, Texas (Sept. 17, 2015) – During the regular meeting Tuesday, McKinney City Council approved Fiscal Year 2015-16 budget of $317.1 million. The general fund revenues and expenditures are proposed at $116,986,187 for the fiscal year, which runs fromOct. 1, 2015 through Sept. 30, 2016. The fund balance remains strong, with a projected $34,016,748 FY 2016 ending balance, or 29 ...

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McKinney City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Released

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Who: Open to the public What: City Council Regular Meeting Where: Council Chambers 222 N. Tennessee Street McKinney, Texas 75069 When: 6:00 pm on Monday, August 18   See PDF below for full details. Attachments can be seen by clicking here.

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Agenda Posted for Upcoming Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting

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Who: Open to the public What: Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting Where: Council Chambers 222 N. Tennessee Street McKinney, Texas 75069 When: 6:00 pm on Tuesday, August 11 Why: 15-186Z Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider/Discuss/Act on a Request to Rezone the Subject Property from “PD” – Planned Development District to “SO” – Suburban Office District, Located on the Northwest Corner of Synergy Drive ...

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McKinney Police Searching for Robbery Suspect


On Friday July 17, 2015, around 4:00 PM, McKinney Police responded to a robbery at the Check N Go located at 1970 North Central Expressway. An unknown black male entered the store under the pretense of applying for a loan. The unknown black male is described as 5’9” to 5’10” tall, 185 pounds. The suspect was wearing a camouflage hat, ...

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Citizens Rally After Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is Arrested in McKinney

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Citizens rallied after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton surrendered himself to the Collin County Jail Monday morning on three felony indictments. Charges include two first-degree felonies for security fraud and a third-degree felony for not registering with the state to sell securities. Many have raised concern over the fact that in Paxton’s mugshot he was allowed to be photographed in ...

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City of McKinney Names Brian Lockley as Interim Planning Director


McKINNEY, TEXAS (July 30, 2015) – Brian Lockley has been appointed to Interim Planning Director in McKinney, replacing newly named Executive Director of Development Services Michael Quint. Lockley began work with the city on July 28. Lockley has 18 years of experience in public sector planning and has worked with a number of municipal and county agencies including the City ...

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