Commerce – Residents are encouraged to attend an organization meeting of the Keep Commerce Beautiful (KCB) Committee Thursday at City Hall.
The committee will be directed by Former Chamber Manager Barbara Kersey, with Tylene Gearhard, co-directing. According to Kersey, Keep Commerce Beautiful will be partnering with the Commerce Beautification Commission, who will serve as an advisory group.
Greenville – One of two bonds have been reduced for a Royse City man, charged with major felony theft.
Yesvani Dominguez-Bacallo is alleged to have stolen a trailer and other merchandise.
A search warrant served earlier this month at a residence along CR 2472 revealed the mobile home, which Dominguez-Becallo and his family had been living, had been reported stolen by the Mesquite Police Department.
A tractor and two semi trailers found on the property were also reported as stolen.
Commerce – An attempt to adjourn into executive session to discuss personnel issues failed Tuesday night in Commerce by a 3-2 vote.
Council was scheduled to hear details concerning recent charges made against Billie Biggerstaff, Tony Henry and Richard Hill, as well as several city administrators. Biggerstaff, Henry and Hill voted against the adjournment while Quay Throgmorton and Bob Monday voted for it.