Growing Prosper

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Natural Mosquito Repellents I am generally not a big fan of chemical products that harm our environment and avoid using toxic chemical insect repellents whenever possible. However, my profession requires me to be outside around client’s residences and my solution has been to wear what I called my ‘DEET sheet’…an old cotton sheet that had
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Voters in Prosper have some unfinished business at the ballot box as a runoff is scheduled to fill a seat on the Town Council. Eligible citizens will be asked to vote for either Craig Andres or Chris Kern to occupy Place 2 on the Town Council. The incumbent, Kenneth Dugger, opted not to run for
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As the school year comes to an end, the 2018 Senior class lives out their last week of high school with celebratory traditions during senior week. On Tuesday, May 22nd, the Seniors made their way over to Eagle Stadium for a fierce competition with the Juniors for the annual PowderPuff game. In traditional PowderPuff fashion,
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There is no argument, that the Town of Prosper is a town of many leaders. It is the dynamic citizens here that set Prosper apart and contribute to the growth and success of our town. Last night, at Lighthouse Christian Fellowship, there was a special opportunity for each of us as citizens to meet a
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Former Prosper High School Principal, Greg Wright, Hired to Advance PCA North’s Expansion Prestonwood Christian Academy Head of School, Dr. Larry Taylor, announced the appointment of Mr. Greg Wright as Middle/Upper School Principal at PCA’s North Campus in Prosper, TX. This appointment is critical to PCA’s expansion at the North Campus which is adding a
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In the midst of the most prolific economic development period in the history of Prosper, the Town has made another personnel move that reinforces the municipality’s resolve to actively support its expanding business climate. In addition to bringing in former Frisco Mayor Maher Maso as Executive Director of the Prosper Economic Development Corporation, a move
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With temperatures expected to be on the mild side and no rain, the forecast for attendance at the ninth annual Prosper Fishing Derby is another record setter.  The highly-popular event always brings out kids, parents and grandparents to cast a line, catch some trout and win some prizes.  This year, no preliminary registration is required.
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The Prosper Ladies in Leadership is a division of the Prosper Chamber of Commerce. They held their monthly meeting at Texas Health Prosper this morning. Their mission is to motivate, inspire, and empower fellow ladies in leadership. They strive to provide an environment advocating growth, development, strength, and confidence. The group meets each month for
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Eligible homeowners in Prosper are encouraged to take advantage of the Town’s homestead exemption, a 10 percent discount in the taxable value of residential properties. The homestead exemption, among the most generous in the North Texas area, applies to homes in both Collin and Denton Counties and will remain in effect until repealed by Council
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A new amendment to the rules governing the responsibilities of homeowners shortens the amount of time that bulk trash, intended for monthly pickup, can left out on the curb. Bulk trash pickup occurs on Mondays for different sections of Town, and up to now, there were no restrictions on when the trash could be placed
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