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Duncanville Celebrates Christmas in a New Way!

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With a new parade route, location and ribbon cutting ceremony Come celebrate a “Classic Christmas” in Duncanville on Friday, December 2, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.! This year’s Christmas festivities are going to be quite different than ever before! The scheduled activities include the Parade, Tree Lighting Ceremony, and the Main Street Ribbon Cutting Ceremony complete […]

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Crime Report for November 14 – November 20, 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 11/14/2011 6:06 200 JELLISON BLVD SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY 11/14/2011 8:19 1500 VALLEYVIEW LN BURGLARY OF VEH REPORT 11/14/2011 8:29 700 N MERRILL AVE […]

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“Kent, Will Rogers Would Have Liked You”

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Over 200 people came together to show appreciation for Kent Cagle and his family as they prepare to move to Leander, Texas. Kent will be taking the position of City Manager in Leander at the end of November after being at Duncanville since 1997. Prior to Duncanville, Kent worked in the cities of Carrollton, Plano […]

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City Council Meeting Recap – 11/15/2011

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REGULAR MEETING —— 7:00 P.M. Council Chambers, City Hall 203 E. Wheatland Road REVISED AGENDA (Members in attendance; Mayor David Green, Mayor Pro-Tem Scott Cannon and Council Members Don Freeman, Leslie Thomas, Janet Harris, Grady Smithey and Johnette Jameson) Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Mayor’s Report Recognition of Visitors / Proclamations / Presentations Citizens Public Comment […]

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Questions had risen regarding expenditures and possible improper relationships between Duncanville Councilmember Johnette Jameson and a law firm that is being considered as the new legal firm representing the city, Brown and Hofmeister LLP. The questions centered on a mileage reimbursement that had been submitted by Jameson for a seminar that was hosted by Brown […]

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Duncanville City Council Meeting Agenda Monday, November 14, 2011 Special Meeting – 7:00PM Briefing Room, City Hall 203 E. Wheatland Road Agenda Meeting called to order at 7:02pm.  At the time the meeting was called to order for the city council. The Planning & Zoning Commission did not have a quorum present so the council […]

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Crime Report for November 7 – November 13, 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 11/7/20119:32 100 W CAMP WISDOM RD STOLEN VEH REPORT 11/7/201110:39 600 S COCKRELL HILL RD STOLEN VEH IP OR […]

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November 11, 2011—Arrest warrants were issued today for Mary Colleen Cotton-Ogden on 10 counts of Cruelty to Nonlivestock Animals. A Duncanville Municipal Court judge signed the warrants this morning giving Ms. Ogden 24 hours to turn herself into police or be taken into custody by Duncanville police. The District Attorney’s Office has requested 10 cases […]

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This Holiday, Please Don’t Feed the Storm Drain!

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North Texans love to feast on deliciously prepared fried turkey dinners with all the trimmings, but what they may be washing down the kitchen sinks or even down the city storm drains may cause North Texans heartburn Background: Fact 1: All too often FOG (fats, oils, and grease from meat, cooking oil, lard, margerine, and butter) […]

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At least that is the feeling of some of those in attendance at the special meeting of the City Council meeting to discuss the law firm to represent the City of Duncanville. This meeting was originally scheduled as an executive session in the briefing room to hear from selected law firms that responded to the […]

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