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Lampasas City Council

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Tuesday, 09 February 2016
City Council met in a lively workshop session with the Chamber of Commerce Board last night. Some Council members questioned the Chamber's expense reports, pointing out that there were losses, rather than profits, realized from events the Chamber hosted. It was decided that further review is necessary and changes were needed to ensure a reversal of the trend. The workshop concluded by the Council and Chamber agreeing to partner more closely to monitor budgetary spending. 
(A note of explanation: Although the Chamber of Commerce is an independent organization, the City Council does get involved in some of its funding because it controls that part which comes from a hotel-motel tax fund.)
In other matters, the Council discussed the sign ordinance at some length with agreement on a need for specifics
 

Kempner City Council

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Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Kempner City Council will meet this evening at 7pm in their Council Chambers at 12288 E. Hwy 190 in Kempner for their regular session. 
 

Bank Robbery in Cove

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Monday, 08 February 2016
On Saturday, Feb. 6th, at 4:13pm Copperas Cove Police responded to a robbery in progress call at the First National Bank on Business 190 in Cove. On arrival they were told that the bank robber had fled the bank with an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect was described as a possible Hispanic male with dark hair. His image (below) was caught in a bank camera. 

 

Meetings This Week

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Monday, 08 February 2016
Lampasas County Commissioners were to meet this morning in the courthouse. On the agenda was a discussion of longevity pay, the county wide burn ban, and an item concerning preparation of design and budget to build a new County Jail, as well as a report from the Chamber of Commerce.
Lampasas City Council will meet in workshop at 5:30pm Monday evening in Council Chambers. On the agenda for the
 

Ft. Worth Steer Sale

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Monday, 08 February 2016
Lampasas FFA junior member Kaeson Raub, son of Mary and Darryl Raub got an F recently – but that’s a good thing, as all steers who make the sale at Fort Worth get an “F” branded on them. Kaeson participated in the Forth Worth Stock Show Premium Sale on Saturday, February 6, with his 7th place market steer. The steer sold for $6,900.
 
 

Meetings Next Week

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Saturday, 06 February 2016
Lampasas County Commissioners will convene for their regular session on Monday at 9am at the Lampasas County Courthouse. On the agenda is a discussion and approval of longevity pay, a citizen request to rename PR 4060 to Richardson Lane, a report and update from the Lampasas County Child Protective Services Board, the 2015 Racial Profiling Report from Sheriff Whitis, the burn ban for Lampasas County, an item concerning preparation of design and budget for a new jail facility, UniFirst Uniform implementation schedule and questions, Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce updates for 2016, a resolution supporting citizens for Scenic Highways, appointments of committee members to a few local organizations and other routine matters. 
At 1:30pm Monday there will be a called department head meeting for Commissioners.
Lampasas City Council will meet for a workshop session at 5:30pm Monday evening in Council Chambers at 405 S. Main
 

Sheep & Goat Market 2.6.16

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Saturday, 06 February 2016
On Friday at the Mills County Commission Company, there were 3,130 head through the ring, up from the previous week’s 2,538. Light kids were steady to $5 higher, slaughter kids, slaughter nannies, replacement nannies and wool lambs were all steady; Dorper lambs were $5 lower for light lambs and steady for heavy lambs; and Barbado lambs were $5 lower.
Wool lambs 50-70lbs. brought $220-$240/cwt, 70-90lbs. brought $180-$230 and 90-110lbs. brought $140-$200/cwt. 
Dorper-Dorper Crosses 
 

Monday Meetings

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Friday, 05 February 2016
Lampasas County Commissioners will convene for their regular session on Monday at 9am at the Lampasas County Courthouse. On the agenda is a discussion and approval of longevity pay, a citizen request to rename PR 4060 to Richardson Lane, a report and update from the Lampasas County Child Protective Services Board, the 2015 Racial Profiling Report from Sheriff Whitis, the burn ban for Lampasas County, an item concerning preparation of design and budget for a 
 

Happenings at Inks Lake State Park

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Friday, 05 February 2016
There are a few things going on this weekend, and every weekend, at Inks Lake State Park. Each Friday of the month at 4pm there is a “Fishing with a Ranger” program. Also this evening, at 6pm, there is a program called “Fireside Chat with a Ranger,” which includes free s’mores. Tomorrow at 10am 
 
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