Denton County Commissioners on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve a $249,244 bid on the Rector Road Bridge Replacement Project to GRod Construction, LLC. The approval continues the process for the eventual reconstruction of the bridge on West Rector Road that has been closed for five months. Execution of a contract is the next step before … Continue reading Commissioners approve bid for Rector Road bridge project
Denton County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday in opposition of a permit request to authorize a permanent concrete crusher at 5120 E. University Drive. The permit, submitted to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), also requests a screener, two diesel engines and stockpiling areas at the location. Old shingles and tires were previously … Continue reading Commissioners oppose Air Quality Standard Permit request
Installation of new streetlights along Hickory Creek Road from Riverpass Drive to FM 1830 could begin soon after Denton County Commissioners on Tuesday approved an agreement with Oncor Electric Delivery Company, LLC. Adding 16 streetlights along the stretch of road that runs beside Hickory Creek is the latest in a series of steps by the … Continue reading Denton County approves agreement to install lights on Hickory Creek Road for public safety
Census 2020 is here and we need your help to make sure everyone is counted. Recently, we met with 21 community representatives as well as those from businesses and faith-based organizations to talk about the 2020 Census. Several of our Denton County communities have created or soon will set up Complete Count Committees (CCC) to … Continue reading Census 2020: Let’s all be counted!
With the start of a new year and a new decade, now seems the perfect time for resolutions. To make a resolution achievable, the list needs to identify something specific and with a goal in mind. After giving it some thought, I’ve created a few resolutions for the New Year that I plan to follow … Continue reading Making 2020 resolutions in Precinct 4