In a brief meeting on Tuesday, September 8, Kosse City Council adopted the 2020-2021 Fiscal Year Budget and Tax Rate, after no questions or concerns were raised in the public hearing. The tax rate, 0.5995 per $100 valuation is a decrease from last year’s rate of .6936.
Saturday’s boat parade in support of President Trump’s re-election saw well over 100 boaters, maybe 200, take to the water at Lake Limestone, many with blue and red Trump flags and U.S. flags flying on poles.
The first Groesbeck Grand Prix is now in the rearview mirror, and about 400 spectators and racers traveled from near and far to enjoy the
Limestone County Sheriff Chief Deputy Murray Agnew and County Judge Richard Duncan expressed differing opinions on a pay increase for sergeants and lower ranks that had been approved at a previous meeting.
With a growing number of discarded face masks, gloves and sanitizing wipes found littering roadways and parking lots, Don’t mess with Texas called on the help of some celebrity friends to remind fellow Texans that the only safe way to dispose of used Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is in a trash can.