At-Large Commissioner Lucas Allen’s outbursts and expletive-laden threats lodged at Mayor Tom Lowry during Tuesday’s Three Rivers City Commission meeting were allegedly a continuation of erratic behavior Allen displayed over the weekend.
Mayor Tom Lowry
An American Rescue Plan grant combined with Junior Lien bonds will provide the city with a total of $8,430,000 for pump station improvements.
Lucas Allen, the lone candidate on November’s ballot vying for the Three Rivers At-Large commission seat long held by Commissioner Daryl Griffith, was escorted out of Tuesday’s commission meeting by Police Chief Scott Boling at the behest of Mayor Tom Lowry.
The Three Rivers City Commission had a discussion about what could prove to be the city’s first marijuana facility during its regular meeting Tuesday
Three Rivers City Commission holding special meeting tonight, expected to discuss water rate increase
The Three Rivers City Commission will be holding a special meeting tonight via Zoom at 6 p.m. Commissioners are expected to hold a public hearing to discuss a water-related infrastructure improvements grant, as well as an update to the city’s user fee ordinance. Among those user fees will be proposed increases to both city water and sewer rates beginning next fiscal year. Tonight’s meeting will include an opportunity for citizens to speak to the commission about these proposed changes.
The Three Rivers City Commission voted 4-2 in favor of allowing marijuana facilities within city limits as special exception uses following a public hearing Tuesday.