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The city’s recent Employee Recognition Ceremony was bittersweet for City Manager Steve Carpenter, who will retire at the end of December from a post he’s held for 19 years.
Council awards manhole contract
HAKER HEIGHTS — With the city expected to reach a population of more than 58,000, Harker Heights officials are planning for the growth and developers are breaking new ground.
Deciding which roadwork projects take priority and how to best spend the city’s money going forward were the topics of discussion at a Harker Heights City Council workshop Tuesday.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Deciding on how to spend the city’s money was the topic of discussion during a City Council workshop meeting Tuesday.
HARKER HEIGHTS — City Council members went back to the drawing board last week after their request from the Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization for $3.5 million of Category 7 funds was not fully met.
In addition to road construction along U.S. Highway 190, area residents will be impacted by crews widening the Farm-to-Market 2410 bridge at U.S. 190 by adding additional lanes, one in each direction.
A 150,000-gallon water tower is now visible on the ridge behind the Evergreen Estates subdivision off Farm-to-Market 2410.
A road sign cautions drivers as construction efforts continue on the Farm-to-Market 2410 bridge Monday in Harker Heights. The TxDOT construction project, which started Aug. 19, will add a left-turn-only lane, according to Mark Hyde, the city’s public works director.
HARKER HEIGHTS — In addition to road construction along U.S. Highway 190, area residents will be impacted by crews widening the Farm-to-Market 2410 bridge at U.S. 190 by adding additional lanes, one in each direction.
State Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock, R-Killeen, will be honored at the eighth annual Killeen Area Alliance of Black School Educators Banquet starting at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at the Courtyard by Marriott in Killeen.
HARKER HEIGHTS — A 150,000-gallon water tower is starting to take shape above the ridge behind the Evergreen Estates subdivision off Farm-to-Market 2410.
The fate of Nolan Creek/South Nolan Creek lies in the hands of its users.
City employees were lauded for their service during a ceremony Tuesday at Harker Heights City Hall.
The City Council voted Tuesday to approve a resolution authorizing the city manager to enter into an inter-local cooperation agreement for a household hazardous waste event with the city of Killeen.
HARKER HEIGHTS — As of Sept. 6, local drivers who exceed 65 mph on U.S. Highway 190 between the Killeen city limit and Indian Trail Drive could risk a moving violation.
You can leave the water filters packaged on the shelves.
The Texas Department of Transportation will start a $9.5 million U.S. Highway 190 project Monday.
Alyson Mullins, Kristen Mellberg and Zack Snider rose from their seats at Tuesday’s Harker Heights City Council meeting to receive certificates and gold coins from Mayor Mike Aycock.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Residents shouldn’t notice any changes in their water and wastewater service, as the City Council on Tuesday approved the purchase of two Public Works Department pickup trucks totaling $71,595.
The Harker Heights City Council unanimously approved the city’s first water theft ordinance Tuesday, making it illegal to tamper with in-home city water equipment and fining first-time offenders up to $500.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality gave Harker Heights’ water system a superior rating, according to an annual report sent to all Heights water customers last week.
Arri Evan Caviness
Water thieves could face fines up to $2,000 for repeated offenses if the Harker Heights City Council passes ordinances aiming to curb the rise of household equipment tampering.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.