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GPD Blotter 1/15 – 1/17/18

Monday, January 15:

  • Hit and Run: 100 Block of South Main Street

Tuesday, January 16:

  • Forgery (Counterfeit $20 bill): 100 Block of East SH 114
  • Theft of iPhone: 1500 Block of Gaylord Trail
  • Collision and Possession of Marijuana: 1800 Block of South SH 121
  • Burglary of Building: 3200 Block of North Grapevine Mills Blvd
  • Stolen Vehicle: 1800 Block of North SH 26
  • Criminal Mischief ($750 – $2,500): 1700 Block of West SH 114

Wednesday, January 17:

  • Burglary of a Building: 2700 Block of Mustang Drive
  • Stolen Van: 3100 Block of Ira E. Woods Avenue

 

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North Texas developer JPI breaks ground on Grapevine’s Jefferson Silverlake apartments

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Multifamily development company JPI broke ground earlier this month on Jefferson Silverlake, located at 1775 Hwy. 26, Grapevine.

The project entails a luxury multifamily development featuring a home community with 371 apartments. The new development will be in proximity to the U.S. headquarters for Kubota Tractor and the future TEXRail Grapevine Main Street station.

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Filing period for city council members and school board trustees in Colleyville, Grapevine and Southlake now open

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From now until 5 p.m. on Feb. 16, residents can file for open city council positions in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake as well as Carroll ISD and Grapevine-Colleyville ISD board seats. The election will be held May 5.

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44-lot neighborhood Shady Brook residential development coming to Grapevine

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At the Jan. 16 Grapevine City Council meeting, council approved a preliminary plat for a 44-lot neighborhood called Shady Brook, located at 993 Shady Brook Drive, Grapevine.

The property is located less than half a mile away from Downtown Grapevine and consists of 11.5 acres zoned for 52 lots. The Shady Brook neighborhood proposes 44 lots with 2.7 acres of open space. Developers say the goal is for the neighborhood to be walkable and sustainable, blending seamlessly into the existing area.

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Colleyville Chamber of Commerce gets new home at City Hall

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The Colleyville Chamber of Commerce will have a new home at Colleyville City Hall following the Jan. 16 Council meeting.

At the meeting, Colleyville City Council entered into a lease agreement with the Chamber to lease office space in City Hall. Mayor Richard Newton said there are two offices available and an open seat at the receptionist desk, which at this time meets the Chamber’s needs.

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Cleburne PD is now recruiting!

Serve your community and make a difference!

Law enforcement is a service career at its core. If you are looking for more than “just a job” and want to make a real difference in your community every day, consider law enforcement. Cleburne PD is hiring!

About Our Department

Police Officer Application and Testing: Click here to apply online for our next Entry Level Police Civil Service Exam on February 3, 2018.
Contact: Officer Trey West, CPD Personnel & Training, (817) 556-8825 or email.

We are always looking for great people! The City of Cleburne conducts the Police Department Civil Service Examination annually or as needed. The Civil Service Exam is a written test designed to evaluate knowledge, skills and abilities required for the position of police officer. You are not expected to know police rules, regulations or procedures. The test consists of 100 multiple choice questions related to general reading comprehension, spelling, grammar and memorization.

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D-FW needs 20,000 more construction workers, Dallas Builders Association says

By Steve Brown, Real Estate Editor

ORLANDO — Last year Dallas-Fort Worth homebuilders started almost 34,000 homes.

The construction total would have been even greater if builders could have rounded up more workers. The labor shortage that’s hammered the U.S. housing industry continues to be one of the biggest worries for builders.

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