SULPHUR SPRINGS -- Twenty-five to 30 people attended a planning commission meeting held Thursday, June 7, at Shiloh Auditorium, according to Sulphur Springs mayor Shane Weber. David Barber, chairman of the planning commission, conducted the meeting and opened the floor for comments from those in attendance.
After a brief period of comments from the citizens, commission member Larry Burge presented a motion proposing that no mobile, manufactured or modular homes be permitted inside the city limits of Sulphur Springs.
"This is completely opposite of what is allowed under our current guidelines, policies and ordinances," Weber says.
A special council meeting has been scheduled for Thursday evening, June 14, at city hall to hear more comments on the mobile home issue and possibly vote for the passage of Burge's motion.
Also on the agenda is a vote on a variance for a Sulphur Springs resident who has purchased a piece of property and has also purchased a manufactured home to put on the lot.General News on 06/13/2018
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