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At the June 14, 2016 Council meeting, the Town Council appointed Pamela Swan to the Animal Shelter Advisory Board. Pamela has been a resident of Trophy Club for three years and has over 30 years of managed healthcare and occupational medicine experience. Also at the June 14th Council meeting, Council appointed members to the recently created Building Standards Commission. The Building Standards Commission hears and determines cases concerning alleged violations of Ordinances regulating buildings and structures.
Trophy Club Police Department’s K9 Indy will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. A donation in the amount of $65,825 was presented to the charity from the “Help Officer Hickey Vest K9s” online fundraiser. The funds were raised through nationwide donations in efforts to help retired Officer Matt Hickey of Marietta, OH, keep his partner Ajax upon retirement. Officer Hickey was able to purchase Ajax for the sum of $1 and the balance was donated to Vested…
April 12, 2016 – Denton County Public Health (DCHD) today has confirmed the first travel-associated case of Zika virus in a Denton County resident. The case is a female with international travel to a country with active transmission in late January.
Zika virus is spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito, a known aggressive daytime biter. Sexual transmission has been reported in a small number of cases. The most common symptoms of Zika are fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis…
Growing Up WILD (GUW) is a childhood education program that builds on a child’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. Through a wide range of activities and experiences, GUW provides an early foundation for developing positive impressions about the world of nature and lifelong social & academic skills. Register for your kids for Growing Up WILD to discover the un-ending beauty of the great outdoors! For more information and registration, visit keeptrophyclubwild.org.
Beginning Wednesday, March 23rd, the large and small sides of Freedom Dog Park will flip for approximately two weeks to allow for turf regrowth and general maintenance. Signs will be posted pointing dog owners to the correct side. For questions about the dog park please contact Tony Jaramillo at email@example.com.
Contributed by Susan Edstrom
Etiquette at a dog park? Yes!
If everyone takes some simple steps, going to the park can be a good experience for all. We also have a toddler park very close to the dog park and it’s not only ensuring the safety of our dogs but also little ones who are nearby. Know the rules and follow them! Simple, right?
Rules are established to help ensure the safety of everyone who attends.
Freedom Dog Park Rules
In addition to the rules,…