Ribbon Cutting Celebration for Prosper’s New Town Hall

Prosper is known as the small town with the big heart! And as the years have passed, it has morphed from that small town just north of 380, into a booming community that is gaining major recognition and making a statement to all of North Texas. On July 27, 2018 the Town of Prosper celebrated
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What began in Prosper as a casual conversation over 10 years ago has blossomed into a reality that will become complete this summer as the Prosper Town Hall/Multi-Purpose Building opens its doors. An open house is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 2 starting at 4 p.m. at the new facility, 200 S. Main St. Tours of
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Applications due by August 3, appointees take office on October 1 The annual call from the Town Council for Prosper residents to volunteer for open seats on the Town’s boards and commissions is being placed, as 16 positions among the five boards and commissions are in need of filling. “Serving as a volunteer on boards
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Firefighters on duty during the July 4th holiday will be ready for any emergency, as they always are, but responding to emergencies related to fireworks within Prosper is most certainly not on their to-do list. Not only do fireworks present a fire danger to structures and property, they also present a danger of serious injury
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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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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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Maximum Impact Physical Therapy celebrated their Grand Opening with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Tuesday, May 22nd. The new office and therapeutic facility is at 2450 East Prosper Trail, Suite #10 in Prosper. The therapists at Maximum Impact Physical Therapy are highly trained, specializing in the one-on-one attention their clients deserve. The goal of each therapist is to examine
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Voting unanimously in favor, the Prosper Town Council recently repealed an ordinance, on the books since 2001, allowing individuals who lease cars, trucks, and other vehicles to apply for a property tax exemption for those vehicles that qualify. The Council vote repealed Ordinance No. 01-34, passed in December 2001, which granted the Town the ability
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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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The town of Prosper is a home rule town with a mayor and six council members who are elected at large for three year terms. Tonight, at 5:30pm you’ll have an opportunity to meet the candidates running for this high office, hear their visions and learn why they feel they will be a good fit
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