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Local News for Garland, Texas

11/05/2020

11/5/20 Update: Quarter 3 Selection form

Quarter 3 Instructional Model Selection Form We understand that families may want to change their instructional model selection of remote or face-to-face learning based on COVID-19 developments. If you would like to change your child’s instructional model for the third grading period, which begins Jan. 5, you can make a new selection next week. Families READ MORE.
11/03/2020

NTMWD, member cities reach agreement

The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) and its 13 member cities, including the city of Garland, officially launched a fresh approach to how wholesale water costs will be structured going forward. This new method will encourage water conservation and ensure that all member cities pay uniformly for actual water usage, while still supporting infrastructure READ MORE.
11/03/2020

District 1 council representative search

Under the Garland City Charter, the City Council may fill a vacancy on the City Council by appointing an interim member. First, the city must request the Governor to order or decline to order a special emergency election. Due to a recent resignation of the council member for District 1, the City Council may be READ MORE.
11/03/2020

Shelters receive grants

In support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to assist shelters still reeling from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Mary Kay FoundationSM announced that it is awarding $1.1 million in grants to more than 50 domestic violence shelters across the country. Hope’s Door New Beginning Center has received a $25,000 unrestricted grant to READ MORE.
11/03/2020

Health inspections: October 26-30

The Garland Health Department conducts weekly inspections of establishments where food is served. Inspections are performed at daycare centers, retirement homes, school cafeterias, restaurants and stores. A failing grade includes anything below a score of 60 from the health department. Any establishment that scores less than 70 is deemed “high risk” and inspections are performed READ MORE.

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