Teen curfew finalized after five-month debate

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Virtual session hears no citizen comments

 

A proposed ordinance that previously drew both support and opposition, the teen curfew, was passed without any additional citizen input during the April virtual meeting of the Sulphur Springs city council.  “If you’ll recall, this has a two-year sunset provision,” city attorney Jim McLeroy told the council. “We will try it out for two years. If we like it, we can keep it. If we don’t like it, it…

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