Commerce robbery suspect appointed attorney; City of Commerce makes next step in mandate to relocate utility lines along Highway 11; Braum's Ice Cream and Dairy Stores in Commerce to build new facility along Highway 50; Progress being made on new serivce center for Greenville Electric Utility System; Sulphur Springs ISD releases information on bond proposal to appear on May 9 ballot.
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Commerce – Braum's Ice Cream and Dairy Stores in Commerce has received consent to build a new facility with drive-in service along Highway 50.
The Commerce City Council Tuesday approved a conditional use permit for the business, currently located along Culver Street in Commerce. The company plans to build the drive-in or curb service at 1589 Highway 50, adjacent to Dominos Pizza in the Commerce shopping center.
Commerce – The City of Commerce has taken the next step in its obligation to relocate utility lines along a portion of Highway 11 just east of the city.
Council members Tuesday approved the issuance and sale of tax and revenue certificates of obligation for the project.
Alliance Bank in Sulphur Springs was the low bidder, offering the city an interest rate of 5.24 percent. That's a good bid, according to Financial Advisor with First Southwest Jim Sabanis, who presented the report to council members Tuesday.
Greenville – Progress is being made on a new service center for the Greenville Electric Utility System.
The GEUS board of trustees is expected to receive an update Thursday on the progress of the new center. The board also intends to authorize a final payment to the company which installed the utility's solar panels at local schools.