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Jun 06 2013

Topnotch trail: Grace Creek Mountain Bike Trail allows enthusiasts to mountain bike, hike, or run

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The City of Longview and the Longview Bicycle Club recently celebrated the opening of the Grace Creek Mountain Bike Trail on Saturday. The unpaved trail allows users to mountain bike, hike, or run approximately three miles of wooded property owned by the City of Longview. The mountain bike trail begins with a trailhead at the …

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May 02 2013

Voters decide

The next City of Longview Election will be Saturday, May 11, 2013. Voters from Districts 5 and 6 will elect council members, and voters from all districts will decide three propositions. For City Council, Richard Manley is running unopposed in District 5, and Sidney Allen is running unopposed in District 6. Voters from all districts …

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May 01 2012

Mayor and City Council District 1 & 2 Election on May 12

The next City Council election will take place on Saturday, May 12, 2012. Voters from District 1 and 2 will elect a council member. Voters from all districts will elect a Mayor. Visit the “City Government” page at LongviewTexas.gov to see more information, including maps of council districts. Election results will be posted online after ballots …

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Jan 05 2012

Monthly prayers slated

There will be a prayer meeting to pray for our City Council on January 12 at 4:30 p.m. in the Longview Public Library located at 222 W. Cotton Street. For more information, please contact Don Knoop at 903-240-7981 or 903-759-9621.

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Jan 20 2011

City council approves system to improve traffic

The Tyler City Council took a decisive step forward in their effort to improve traffic flow today when they voted unanimously to expand the City’s adaptive control system (ACS). The ACS system uses cameras to detect traffic volumes and makes signal timing adjustments in real time. “The ACS system is like having a traffic engineer …

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