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Duncanville Police Department Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs

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On October 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Duncanville Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.  Bring your medications for disposal to the Duncanville Police Department at […]

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Crime Report for Oct. 17 – Oct. 23, 2011

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The Duncanville Police Department Crime Prevention Division provides this listing as a courtesy. If you have questions you can contact the Crime Prevention Division at 972.780.5027 Call Date & Time Street # Street Nature of Call 10/17/2011 0:06 500 N CEDAR RIDGE DR DISTURBANCE VERBAL 10/17/2011 10:17 500 N MERRILL AVE FOLLOW UP 10/17/2011 12:56 […]

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SPCA of Texas and Duncanville Police Department Seize 108 Cruelly Confined Dogs and Cats

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Duncanville Police launched an investigation earlier this week after receiving an anonymous complaint on October 17, 2011 of animals living in unsanitary conditions at three homes in the 800 block of S. Cockrell Hill Road. “On inspection of the homes, investigators found numerous dogs and cats caged in unsanitary conditions with feces and urine and […]

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In their October 20 City Council meeting the Leander City Council voted unanimously to hire Duncanville City Manger Kent Cagle as their new City Manager. Leander is located about twenty-seven miles north of Austin, Texas. The council interviewed five finalist – Cagle; San Angelo Assistant City Manager Elizabeth Grindstaff; Peoria, Ariz. Deputy City Manager Susan […]

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Duncanville Implements CodeRED Weather Warning and Notification Program

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The City of Duncanville has recently implemented the CodeRED Weather Warning and Notification Program within the City of Duncanville. This no-charge service provided to residents of Duncanville will allow individuals and businesses to “opt-in” to receive telephone notification when severe weather is going to impact our area. “Most relevant for our citizens is our residents […]

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Revised Agenda Council members Don Freeman, Scott Cannon, Leslie Thomas, Janet Harris, Grady Smithey, and Johnette Jameson, along with Mayor David Green were in attendance. Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Mayor’s Report Recognition of Visitors / Proclamations / Presentations Citizens Comment Period Terry Webb related new council members to fire recruits.  It is wise for new recruits to listen […]

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Duncanville City Council Holds Town Hall Redistricting Meeting

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On Monday, October 17, 2011 the Duncanville City Council held their Town Hall Meeting regarding the redistricting of the single-member council districts at the Duncanville Library and Community Center meeting rooms. In the October 3 City Council workshop members developed a proposed redistricting map to facilitate public discussion and input. Attorney Bob Hager explained that […]

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Crime Report for Oct 10 – Oct 16, 2011

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The Duncanville Police Department Crime Prevention Division provides this listing as a courtesy. If you have questions you can contact the Crime Prevention Division at 972.780.5027 Call Date & Time Street # Street Nature of Call 10/10/2011 15:20 500 W RED BIRD LN THEFT REPORT 10/10/2011 16:06 200 W CAMP WISDOM RD THEFT IN PROGRESS 10/10/2011 17:11 900 […]

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Next Two Council Meetings Need Citizen Input

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On Monday and Tuesday evening this week citizens have an opportunity to speak to the Duncanville City Council and make their wishes known. A Town Hall meeting is scheduled on Monday evening at 7pm at the Duncanville Library/Community Center. The meeting is to get input regarding redistricting of the cities single member districts in order […]

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On August 25, 2011 some members of the Duncanville City Council voted to remove all the sitting members on the Duncanville Economic and Development Board (4B). Problem is that action wasn’t on the agenda. Following the meeting on that evening Duncanville City Council member Grady Smithey requested an opinion from a legal firm regarding the […]

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