Leonard – More than a dozen animals were seized from a property in Leonard Friday, marking the second such incident in the city this year.
Seven dogs, five of them puppies, and another five cats were reported to be living inside a home with no signs of food or water dishes. The animals were said to be underweight, and the puppies covered in fleas.
All are currently being cared for at Perry Animal Care Center in McKinney.
Greenville – Some Greenville residents have reportedly questioned the customer service of the city's utility system.
The GEUS Board of Trustees will now discuss the issue with the City Council Thursday. The board is scheduled to meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Thursday in the GEUS Service Center, 6000 Joe Ramsey Boulevard.
General Manager David McCalla has included a discussion of "customer service and billing policies".
Greenville – There are a lot of people interested in becoming the next police chief for the City of Greenville. The deadline for submitting resumes has passed.
Roughly 90 candidates have filed for the position; four internally, including acting Police Chief Scott Smith.
Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander has asked a representative from the Texas Municipal Police Chief's association, as well as Ron Holifield with Strategic Government Resources, to assist in the selection process.