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Cute witch
BOO! Halloween in the Park brings fun-filled frights Saturday FARMERS?BRANCH?~ Fun frights are on the schedule for the annual autumn extravaganza, simply known as Halloween in the Park, coming Saturday, October 25 to the Farmers Branch Historical Park.
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Mercer Crossing Monument Sign
JOINT MEETING: Council to meet with P&Z for West Side discussion FARMERS BRANCH ~ Mayor Bob Phelps and the City Council will host a joint meeting with the Planning & Zoning Commission to discuss the direction of development on the West Side, at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 30 in the Fire Department Training Room.
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TOWN HALL MEETING: Mayor & Council invite everyone to Senior Center, November 13 FARMERS BRANCH ~ Mayor Bob Phelps and members of the Farmers Branch City Council invite residents and businesspeople in Farmers Branch to attend an open Town Hall Meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 13 at the Farmers Branch Senior Center.
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Phone scam
SCAMS: FBPD warns residents to beware of telephone con games FARMERS BRANCH ~ The Farmers Branch Police Department is asking residents, especially older residents, to be aware of a proliferation of telephone scams throughout the DFW area, from people claiming to be law enforcement or other official agencies.
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New construction
DEMO/REBUILD: New incentives give homebuyers even more reason to build new homes FARMERS BRANCH ~ New "Demo/Rebuild" rules give homebuyers even more incentive to replace older homes with newer ones.
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New sign
VALUES UP: DCAD reports Farmers Branch property values up 9.6 percent DALLAS ~ According to certified property values, released today by the Dallas Central Appraisal District, certified taxable values in Farmers Branch, for the 2014 tax year, stood at $4.2 billion, up 9.6 percent over 2013.
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NO TEXTING WHILE DRIVING: Distracted driving grace period ends, citations could apply FARMERS BRANCH ~ With the grace period for public education now ended, the Farmers Branch Police Department will be on the lookout for distracted drivers who could wind up with a citation.
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