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Funding requests due Friday

The deadline for applications for events to be considered for partial funding from the Franklin County’s Hotel/Motel Tax Fund in 2015 is at 5 p.m. Friday, October 10.

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2015 motel tax funding requests due soon

The deadline is Friday, October 10, for applications for events to be considered for partial funding from Franklin County’s Hotel/Motel Tax Funds in 2015.

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FCWD considers fee structure change

The Franklin County Water District began discussions on fee structure changes for camping, permits, annual fees and wholesale water rates during a meeting last week.

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Franklin County mild and dry in September

The trend for mild temperatures continued in September with no record highs nor record lows reported in the Franklin County area. The county received below average rainfall with only 0.60 inches measured during the month.

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Caustic soda leak contained, 2014-15 budget/tax rate adopted

A large amount of  caustic soda leaked from an almost full 2,000 gallon tank at the City of Mount Vernon’s raw water treatment plant between FM 115 and Hwy. 37

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Monday deadline to register to vote

The deadline to register to vote in the Tuesday, November 4 Constitutional Amendment election is Monday, October 6. Individuals who have yet to register may obtain an application from the registrar’s office.

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ETMC contract terminated, alternatives being explored

ETMC EMS [emergency medical services] will no longer offer ambulance service in Franklin County effective Dec. 31, 2014. As expected, the EMS services are following East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System’s

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Moving conundrum

Members of the moving crew wrestled with a large filing cabinet for the District Clerk’s office.Members of the moving crew wrestled with a large filing cabinet for the District Clerk’s office. It would not fit into the courthouse’s elevator, nor the stairwell in the north end of the building.

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Courhouse ribbon cutting

Former County Judge Jerry Hubble and current County Judge Paul Lovier, center, cut the ribbon to celebrate the rededication of the Franklin County Courthouse.Former County Judge Jerry Hubble and current County Judge Paul Lovier, center, cut the ribbon to celebrate the rededication of the Franklin County Courthouse.

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