Cove City Manager Andrea Gardner presented the preliminary fiscal year 2018 budget to the City Council at a special workshop Tuesday.
Both the Lampasas and Coryell counties’ Appraisal Review Boards convened this week to hear property appraisal protest hearings from area land and homeowners.
Russell Porterfield has one purpose when it comes to his career: to create collaborative partnerships that connect students to college and career readiness.
Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful has gained a new member, an addition the city council warmly welcomed during the regular council meeting June 6.
Residents both young and young at heart gained the city’s support after the council approved the release of funds to support Meals on Wheels delivery throughout the city and to after school programs at the Boys & Girls Club during a regular council meeting Tuesday.
LAMPASAS — Retired schoolteacher Greg L. Smith was sworn in to the City Council’s Place 4 seat Monday after the council unanimously approved his appointment June 5.
Robert Weiss returned to the Copperas Cove Independent School District board as its newest member Monday.
The City Council approved finalizing the sale of the land on which Copperas Cove Saddle Club operates, during Tuesday’s regular meeting.
The City Council voted to reject all bids made on a property on Boys Ranch Road during a regular council meeting Tuesday.
The City Council on Tuesday formally lifted the Stage 4 water restrictions that were strictly enforced in the city from Feb. 27 to Sunday for scheduled work associated with the Farm-to-Market 116 road-widening project.
The City Council and Economic Development Corporation board members discussed goals for the EDC board during a special joint meeting Wednesday.
Councilman Dan Yancey will be among a select group of community and business leaders who observe military exercises at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif.
The city is accepting applications to fill a position on the Citizens Focus Group. The purpose of the City Council-appointed advisory body is to gain input from citizens to ensure the city is capturing the true intent of residents.
The City Council swore in two councilmen Tuesday at one of two back-to-back sessions.
The Economic Development Corporation unanimously approved the extension of a closing deadline of a land purchase agreement with Endeavor Real Estate Group until Jan. 16, during a special meeting Tuesday.
The City Council on Tuesday approved executing an agreement with Gold’s Gym and Cove Fitness to provide reduced-rate gym memberships for city employees and their families.
The City Council canvassed and declared the official vote totals in the runoff elections Dec. 13 between Dan Yancey and Chuck Taylor, and between Jay Manning and Gary Kent, during a special workshop Wednesday.
In a short meeting Thursday, members of the Economic Development Corporation board discussed and approved the city financial report for October 2016.
Dan Yancey was elected to Place 3 on the City Council, and Jay Manning was elected to Place 4 in a runoff election Tuesday.
The City Council again discussed allowing handguns at City Hall meetings during a regular meeting Tuesday, although members took no action on the item.
The City Council’s special workshop Nov. 30 focused on improving the city through a new transportation master plan.
The City Council approved a resolution calling for a runoff election for council Places 3 and 4 during a special meeting Tuesday.
The Planning and Zoning Commission met Monday evening at the Economic Development Corporation building to review several rezoning requests.
The City Council motioned to approve a quality of life advisory board during a regular meeting Tuesday evening at the Economic Development Corporation.
Residents approved the sale of liquor and mixed beverages in city limits Tuesday for the first time as part of a local-option election on the main ballot.
The election Tuesday resulted in the re-election of incumbent Kirby Lack to the City Council, and a runoff for two other races.
The City Council made a long-awaited decision to set a term limit on City Manager Andrea Gardner’s current contract during a regular meeting Tuesday.
The City Council postponed a decision on setting a term limit on City Manager Andrea Gardner’s current contract twice during regular meetings Oct. 13 and Tuesday at the Economic Development Corporation.
GATESVILLE — Voters in Coryell County can start planning ahead for Nov. 8 as the county has set the locations for the upcoming general election.
City Manager Andrea Gardner has made the short list of potential candidates for the job of city manager in the city of Palestine.
All nine candidates for the three City Council positions up for grabs in the November election met Monday at the Grace United Methodist Church for a “Meet the Candidates” event hosted by AARP Chapter 1359.
Kathi Thomas, Democrat candidate for Congressional District 25.
Marc Payne Copperas Cove City Council Candidate, Place 5
Clarence Enochs, Cove City Council Place 4 Candidate.
GATESVILLE — Family and friends of 15-year-old Cameron Raine, a Copperas Cove High School student who was stuck and killed in May, won a major victory at the Coryell County Commissioners’ Court on Monday.
The Copperas Cove City Council continued their discussions on the transition of the Economic Development Corporation under the auspices of City Manager Andrea Gardner at its special meeting Tuesday.
A petition launched by the family of a 15-year-old Copperas Cove High School student struck and killed by a vehicle while waiting for his school bus helped convince the Coryell County Commissioners’ Court to lower the speed limit on certain county roads during their meeting at 9 a.m. Monday …
Three places on the Copperas Cove Independent School District board of trustees are welcoming back familiar faces for the next three years.
The old City Hall will stay in the hands of the city after the City Council hesitated to move forward on listing the abandoned property Tuesday.
A detailed report released Aug. 12 on an audit conducted by the city on the Chamber of Commerce’s financial controls and compliance with city agreements shows the chamber did not comply with two separate agreements, commingled hotel occupancy tax funds disbursed by the city and funds in its …
Current and former Cove city officials sounded off on the sudden resignation of Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Sean Corrigan on Aug. 24.
The deadline to file for open positions on the Copperas Cove Independent School District board and Copperas Cove City Council in the Nov. 8 election ended Monday at 5 p.m.
The city, with the assistance of Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc. engineering firm, is developing a new Transportation Master Plan, and a meeting will be held Wednesday to educate the public.
Disenchantment with fellow council members and the city manager motivated Councilwoman Marty Smith to resign her position Aug. 11. The council accepted her resignation on Tuesday.
Stephen Branch told the City Council to not hurt his business regarding parking in downtown Cove.
No one spoke during public hearings Tuesday on the Cove fiscal year 2017 City Manager’s Proposed Budget and Plan of Municipal Services and the Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporation’s fiscal year 2017 proposed budget.
The city is accepting applications to fill positions on several advisory boards and committees.
Mark Peterson said the City Council should not reject people who want to volunteer for the city.
A walk in the park is still free in Cove.
When Joe Brown started with the Parks and Recreation Department last year, he learned the City Council had earmarked money for parks projects over the next five years, but none of the park improvements had been identified or scoped.
A new truck driving school company is making inroads to coming to Copperas Cove.