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Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Terrell Police Department non-emergency telephone lines that were not working properly since last weekend, were restored to property operation yesterday afternoon, according to information released by Captain A. D. Sansom, public information officer for the Terrell Police Department. The primary non-emergency line for Terrell police is 972-551-6622. 9-1-1 service was not affected by the non-emergency line service interruption.

Changes to park regulations, first requested earlier this year by the Terrell Park Board, but amended by city staff and returned to the park board for its review, are on the agenda for discussion by the Terrell City Council at a meeting tomorrow evening at 6 o'clock at Terrell City Hall. At a meeting last week, on July 20th, the Park Board voted unanimously to approve the updated regulations. The city staff has also recommended the council approvee the ordinance, which includes new regulations on bicycle riding, skateboarding, firearms, and operating hours for the city parks.

A total of four bids were received and opened on July 19th for a drainage improvements project involving work at two separate locations in the city, in the 700 block of East Moore Avenue and on Rochester Street at the new State Highway 34. The city staff recommends the approval of a bid of just over $174K for the work, with the completion of the project expected in October of this year. The city council will discuss the bids at tomorrow night's workshop, and is expected to approve the award of the contract at its next regular meeting.




Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Thursday, September 8, 2016
7:30PM

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra opens the new season of the E! Terrell Entertainment Series at the Terrell Performing Arts Center. The Dallas Symphony’s mission is to entertain, inspire and change lives through musical excellence. Dallas Symphony performances are regularly hailed by The Dallas Morning News as “exhilarating,” “revelatory,” “intensely dramatic,” and “as electrifying as you’ll hear anywhere.”