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Farmersville fire chief may get budget axe as grant funding expires

City’s 2019-20 budget does not include funding for Fire Chief John Crivello and it is unlikely it will be award a Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) for a third time By Crystal Havner @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – The City of Farmersville spent the first 54 years of its history without a fire chief […]

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Waste hauler reminds city not all recycling is green

Farmersville City Council discusses ways to educate residents on how to properly separate recyclables By Crystal Havner Reporting for The Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – The idea of recycling green waste and plastics is not a new one, but getting people to properly separate them is an old problem.  During her annual report to the Farmersville City […]

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Farmersville Council allows more cannabis retail in town

City Council issues dispensary permits to Valley Pure, Platinum Connection then limits total number of dispensaries to three By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville matched Woodlake’s number of dispensaries in March when they issued a permit to Token Farms. Now they have surpassed Woodlake by issuing two more permits at their […]

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Farmersville awards first cannabis dispensary permit to Token Farms

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville had been relegated to the sidelines while cannabis dispensaries and soon to be cultivators made Woodlake well over $100,000 in their first year of operation. But as of last Monday, March 11, the Farmersville City Council is getting in the game as they awarded their […]

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Public safety takes center stage at Knights of Columbus dinner

Knights of Columbus dinner recognizes first responders in Exeter, Farmersville, Woodlake who go above and beyond By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette EXETER – Public service is often a thankless job, especially when it comes to first responders. They are there when we need them the most, refuse credit for their life saving and […]

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Farmersville makes budgetary progress

Mayor Paul Boyer boasts City budget for $100,000 budgetary surplus rolling into 2018-2019 fiscal year By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville has gone through salary freezes, budget cuts and a sales tax increase over the last year, and it is beginning to pay off. At the Sept. 24 Farmersville City Council […]

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Benavides retires from council, church

Two-time mayor, pastor of Bethel Spanish Assembly of God Leonel Benavides is relocating to Texas By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville will be losing one of their city and community leaders soon as Leonel Benavides said he and his family will be relocating to Santa Rosa, Texas. In his wake Benavides […]

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Farmersville City Council considers putting crosswalks at Freedom Drive, Visalia Road

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – At the regularly scheduled August 27 meeting the council discussed the addition of two new crosswalks to aid in pedestrian safety.  The crosswalks are to be placed on Freedom Drive and Visalia Road. The potential location being considered on Freedom Drive is west of the softball […]

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Council honors residents for their contributions to the community

Pastor Jim Wiley, longtime resident Elsie Boutch honored with proclamations by council By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Two long-time residents were honored at the Aug. 13 Farmersville City Council meeting. Reverend Jim Wiley is retiring after numerous years of service to the community and Elsie Boutch, a Farmersville resident since 1952, […]

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Farmersville City Council plans to consider allowing cannabis dispensaries in town, expresses their concerns over deliveries

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Cities up and down the Valley have had pot on their mind lately. The question of the day has been whether to allow the commercial cannabis industry into town or not? The next question is then what type of cannabis business are they willing to allow? […]

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