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Terrell TX Area News
Monday, August 31, 2015
Public hearings area scheduled for tomorrow evening for public comments on the next fiscal year's city budget, and on the increase in the tax rate for the next fiscal year. The tax rate, if approved, will increase 1.5 cents per $100 assessed value for property within the Terrell city limits. The public hearings are scheduled during the regular meeting of the Terrell City Council tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock at Terrell City Hall.

The city of Terrell is looking at extending its city limits southward, wishing to annex about 941 acres that are primarily south of Interstate 20 and west of FM 148. At tomorrow evening's regular meeting the Terrell City Council will consider a resolution that will set the date and time for two public hearings on the proposed annexation.

Also at tomorrow night's meeting, the council will consider on second reading increases in water and sewer rates. If approved, the storm water utility charge will jump from $1 to $3.75, water rates will increase 8.5 per cent, and sewer rates will jump 14 per cent, adding 12 to 20 dollars to the average monthly untilty bill.

An automobile accident early Saturday claimed the life of a Forney man, according to a spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety. Police say a car, believed to be travelling southbound on FM 429 apparently crossed State Hwy 243, ran through a fence, and rolled over, landing on its side in a field. The vehicle was discovered shortly after 7 a.m. Saturday by ranch hands, who notified police. The deceased driver was identified as 33-year-old Forney resident James Bedford.

The Terrell Tigers started their new season with a win over the Little Elm Lobo's Friday night at Memorial Stadium in Terrell. The Tigers defeated the Lobo's 33-7. In other area games, The Forney Jackrabbits defeated the Wills Point Tigers 56-21. The North Forney Falcons lost to Frisco 20-13. The Kaufman Lions defeated Gainesville by a 48-14 score. The Rockwall Yellowjackets fell 31-14 on the home turf of the Ryan Raiders. And the Rockwall-Heath Hawks won over Sulphur Springs 43-17.