Don Denbow

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News from the Mayor Archive

Jun 07

Council to Consider Proposed Resolution to Extend TDA Contract

Posted on June 7, 2019 at 12:36 PM by Erica Stubbs

On Monday, June 10, 2019, the City Council will consider a resolution that will request a five-month extension to the Texas Department of Agriculture contract with the City for infrastructure benefiting the Corsicana Water and Adventure Park (CWAP). The purpose of this extension is to allow TDA time to verify the jobs created by CWAP and to close the contract.
May 30

June Economic Development Partnership Meeting

Posted on May 30, 2019 at 1:55 PM by Erica Stubbs

The next Economic Development Partnership Meeting will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
June 4, 2019, in the Nancy Roberts Meeting Room at the Corsicana Public Library, 100 North 12th Street. Any citizen interested in the economic development initiatives is invited to participate.


AGENDA


Reports

• Economic Development - John Boswell
• Housing - Aric Bonner
• New Business - Jeff Lyons
• Downtown and Tourism - Karie Denny
• Chamber of Commerce Update
• Good News - Mayor Don Denbow

Special Topic

• PACE Training – Bankers and Contractors
• Historic Tax Credit
• Downtown Incentives


(A quorum of the City of Corsicana City Council may be in attendance.)
May 22

Recycling and Yard Waste

Posted on May 22, 2019 at 2:16 PM by Erica Stubbs

The City of Corsicana is continuing to gather input from citizens on the options for recycling. A second survey of three questions is now available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TMM2JWX. Your input is important to the City Council, who will review the survey results at the next Council meeting on May 28, 2019.

Currently, only 14% of Republic Services customers use curbside recycling and the first survey showed that about half of those who responded were not aware of the recycling process. Republic Services offers a great website that makes it simple and easy to understand acceptable recycling: https://recyclingsimplified.com/.

The most common problem with recycled material is contamination from food waste. Here is a brief list from Republic Services that is not allowed in recycle bins:

• Pizza boxes and any plastic food container that is not clean and dry
• Aluminum foil and batteries
• Milk cartons and orange juice cartons
• Any glass that is not empty, clean and dry
• Plastic bags

When items are not properly recycled, the entire contents of the truck are contaminated and cannot be sent to a recycling center. With the future of recycling changing nationwide, and the topic in the news every day, it’s more important than ever to take the necessary steps for proper recycling.

With all the recent rain, grass and weeds are growing quickly, so this is a reminder for the proper way to deal with lawn waste. All lawn waste must be bagged, and not blown into the streets, gutters, and drains. The City offers a year-round leaf collection, which is based on your regularly scheduled trash day. You may also drop off bagged leaves at the City of Corsicana Service Center located at 620 South 12th Street, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

To report a violation of lawn waste going into drains, contact 903-654-4860.