Wednesday, January 09, 2008

2008 Combine City Council elections

For 3 places on Combine City Council:
(places currently held by Brandon Barber, Mitzi Boyd and Paul Norman)
**First Day to File for Place on Ballot February 9, 2008
**Last Day to File for Place on Ballot March 10, 2008
Last Day to Order General Election March 10, 2008
First Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail March 11, 2008
Last Day to Register to Vote April 10, 2008
First Day of Early Voting April 28, 2008
Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (received not postmarked) May 2, 2008 (May 3rd is the 7th day, but deadline moves to preceding business day, Friday)
Last Day of Early Voting May 6, 2008
May 10, 2008 - Uniform Election Date

Local political subdivisions: county local propositions, cities, school districts, water districts, hospital districts, and any other local government that conducts elections. The majority of these elections are conducted on the May uniform election date.

**Filing period : Generally, the filing deadline is the 62nd day prior to election day (70th day prior to November General); however, the Election Code may provide a different special election filing deadline. See Section 144.005(a) of the Texas Election Code. Local political subdivisions, other than cities or school districts, might not have a "first day" to file. Filing deadlines vary for special elections to fill vacancies. See Section 201.054 of the Texas Election Code. Write-in deadlines for general and special elections also vary, but the deadline is usually on the 5th day after the regular filing deadline for the election.

8 Comments:

At 1/14/08, 12:30 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

some one remove this troll from our site please.

 
At 1/24/08, 11:03 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

noticed a combine police car patrolling y'day !!!!!!!!!! we got cops now ??? for how long ???

 
At 1/26/08, 12:14 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did Combine get a new chief? Or hire some officers?

 
At 1/31/08, 1:46 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a new police chief i dont know who he is only that he lives on the other side of Kemp (thanks a lot city council) In my opinion it does no good to have a police chief that does not live in the city...all he cares about is putting in his 8 hours and going home in the city police car...will the council ever learn

 
At 1/31/08, 4:06 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is the new police chief?

 
At 1/31/08, 11:39 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know the new police chief or his name, but...
Let's give the man a chance before determining his motives and judging his professionalism.
It's not unusual for an officer to work in a different city than the one he or she lives in. It's quite common and doesn't mean anything.
It's more important to have someone who has good judgement, good character, good sense, and is looking out for the good citizens of Combine.
How about "Welcome, thank you for wanting to work here, we hope it proves to be beneficial for you and for the people of Combine."
That's a little more neighborly and open to the possibility that this arrangement could be for the greater good for all concerned.
Del MacLaren

 
At 2/1/08, 2:13 PM , Blogger JW Parker said...

I agree it would nice for our police staff to reside in Combine. But I am thinking we are pretty limited to a very small candidate pool if we only look at local residents. Besides, maybe not living here he can be an uninfluenced or unbiased individual. I would surely take that over someone local that has too many ties and affiliations with local folks.

 
At 7/4/08, 1:03 PM , Blogger anthony said...

What about resurfacing of Eubanks also ? The last time Lanier was resurfaced, which was a poor excuse for a resurfacing, Eubanks was not even touched. Eubanks is just as sorry an excuse for a road as Lanier is. The mixture that the county uses that is "NOT ASPHALT", just a derivative of, never works. I have lived in Combine for 10 years, and I have never seen an "acceptable repair" done anywhere inside or outside the city limits. Davis has always been focused on more than any other street in the city. WHY ? Is it so our "sorry" excuse for a police department has a nicer road than most of the other citizens of this little community. Or is it because our mayor travels on Davis to get home ? I know that some of the other streets have neighborhood associations that maintain their streets, but Eubanks and Lanier do not.

 

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