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At Tuesday’s Coppell City Council virtual meeting, approved motions included an increased budget for Belt Line Road renovations and a tax rate of $0.58 for the 2020 tax year, which will be brought up for public hearings on Sept. 8. Photo illustration by Sally Parampottil and Sreeja Mudumby.

Council moving forward with lower 2020 tax rate

Akhila Gunturu, CHS9 Editor August 26, 2020

On Tuesday night, the Coppell City Council approved the publication of the reduction of the tax rate from $0.58400 to $.05800 for the 2020 tax year. This rate will then be discussed in the Sept. 8 council...

Coppell Mayor Karen Hunt shakes City Manager Clay Phillips’ hand after approving the proclamation naming March 30, 2017 as “Clay Phillips Appreciation Day.” Phillips has been City Manager since 2008 and served in Coppell for a total of 26 years before deciding to retire this year.

“Clay Phillips Appreciation Day” named for retiring City Manager at his last city council meeting

Lili Lomas, Student Life Editor March 29, 2017

After 26 years of service in the Coppell city government, Coppell City Manager Clay Phillips will be retiring on Friday. Tuesday night’s city council meeting marked his final meeting.   In...

Council members discuss land issues, Andy Brown Park construction in City Council meeting

Council members discuss land issues, Andy Brown Park construction in City Council meeting

Amy Roh, Student Life Editor January 28, 2016

The Coppell City Council and Coppell residents gathered at Town Center on Jan. 26 to discuss further action Andy Brown Park, issues with Denton Creek and cumulative voting.   City manager Clay...

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