L-3 Communications

City of Greenville
7:40 am
Mon August 26, 2013

Council to continue L-3 lease discussions

City of Greenville

The Greenville City Council is set Tuesday to once again at least discuss the status of the city’s lease with L-3 concerning property the defense contractor operates on at Majors Field Municipal Airport.

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City of Greenville
4:36 pm
Wed May 15, 2013

Conflict with L-3 doomed Alexander's tenure

Councilman Jeff Dailey explains his decision to vote to remove Steven Alexander as city manager. At right are city secretary Debra Newell, Alexander, city attorney Daniel Ray, councilman Dan Perkins and mayor Steve Reid.
Mark Haslett

Both supporters and opponents of former Greenville city manager Steven Alexander agreed that the troubled relationship between the city and its largest employer led to Alexander's dismissal.

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City of Greenville
7:16 am
Wed January 23, 2013

Greenville Council Split on L-3 Negotiation Attorney Change

L-3 Communications

The Greenville City Council is scheduled Tuesday to hire a legal firm to represent the city in negotiations with L-3 Communications Integrated Systems concerning the defense contractor’s lease of property at Majors Field Municipal Airport.

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City of Greenville
7:50 am
Wed December 19, 2012

Greenville Council to Hold Special Session

City of Greenville

The Greenville City Council will be meeting in a special session this week. The council is scheduled to convene one more time this year to accept the resignation of city attorney Brent A. Money.

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City of Greenville
7:47 am
Wed December 12, 2012

Greenville City Council Hires Special Counsel

City of Greenville

A new attorney will be handling negotiations between the city of Greenville and a defense contractor. The Greenville City Council voted Tuesday to hire a special counsel to represent the City of Greenville on all matters relating to L-3 Communications Integrated Systems.

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Greenville
6:24 am
Thu November 24, 2011

Documents to be released in response to AG letter

GREENVILLE - The Texas Attorney General’s office has determined that the City of Greenville must release three of the 570 documents requested by L-3 last year.

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Missing Person
8:56 am
Mon August 8, 2011

Another search for Hallman turns up nothing

Crews attempted to find clues for Matthew "Matt" Hallman by conducting a horseback patrol since the area was too vast and the weather too hot to conduct a foot search.

Investigators are also following up on a lead which indicated Hallman purchased a large amount of camping equipment from a local store on the day he disappeared.

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