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    Farmers Branch and Dallas Stars announce improvements to Dr Pepper StarCenter

    FBTX ~ The Dallas Stars and the City of Farmers Branch announced today plans for renovations and improvements to the Dr Pepper StarCenter Farmers Branch. Upgrades to the 80,000 square foot facility are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2018. Read on...
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    New fiscal year budget keeps tax rate steady

    FBTX ~ The continuation of capital improvements and enhancements to public safety are among the tenets of the $107 million Farmers Branch 2017-2018 Fiscal Year Budget, which was approved by the Farmers Branch City Council in September. Read on...
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    Seven-year odyssey ends with state approval of Camelot Landfill expansion

    FBTX ~ A process that began in 2011 came to an official end this week as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approved a plan to expand the Farmers Branch-owned Camelot Landfill, in Lewisville. Read on...
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    DEVELOPMENT: New mixed use project to replace big box at Inwood and Alpha

    FBTX ~ After a great deal of negotiation, the Farmers Branch Economic Development Office has announced a new mixed use project for the corner of Alpha and Inwood Roads. Read on...
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    Council to consider upcoming fiscal year plan

    FBTX ~ City Manager Charles S. Cox delivered his proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year to the City Council in late July, in accordance with the City Charter. Read on...
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    NEW BUDGET: No property tax increase included in new fiscal year budget

    FARMERS BRANCH ~ Following the October 1 start to the new fiscal year, Farmers Branch City Manager Charles S. Cox and his staff have embarked on executing the 2016-2017 fiscal year, $97 million City budget. Read on...
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    RECYCLING: Numbers show huge results in first nine months of curbside program

    FBTX ~ With participation from 85 percent of single family homes in Farmers Branch, the new curbside recycling program has easily eclipsed totals from the old drop-off program in less than a year's time since kickoff. Read on...
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    TCEQ: State commission orders full review of Farmers Branch Creek water rights case

    AUSTIN ~ In what is being described by homeowners along Farmers Branch Creek as a major victory, the three-member Texas Commission on Environmental Quality unanimously remanded a water rights dispute back to their staff for a complete review. Read on...
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