Princeton City Council this week gave approval to sell bonds for public improvements in the Arcadia Farms subdivision and to proceed with a proposed business stimulus voucher program.
The council met Monday morning, May 11, by tele-conference.
Other business included annexing 42.3 acres of land requested by Princeton Independent School District, approving connection fees for sanitary sewage service outside the city, continuing a COVID-19 emergency declaration and hearing a report on contract negotiations with North Texas Municipal Water District.
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By Joe Reavis • [email protected]