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TIME TO SPLASH: Margaret Young Natatorium now open limited hours FARMERS BRANCH ~ The first phase of the all-new Farmers Branch Aquatics Center, the Margaret Young Natatorium, has opened its doors after dedication ceremonies held April 18.
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MyFBTX App
APP-SOLUTELY: Farmers Branch launches mobile app for smartphones and tablets FARMERS BRANCH ~ Helping to put City of Farmers Branch information and resources at the fingertips of citizens, the Farmers Branch Mobile App for smartphones and tablets has debuted in Apple’s App Store and on the Android Marketplace.
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Fishin Fun
BEST FISHES: One ton of catfish await anxious young anglers at Fishin' Fun RAWHIDE CREEK ~ An annual rite of spring in Farmers Branch, the annual Fishin’ Fun event returns to the banks of Rawhide Creek, near City Hall, on Saturday, May 2 from 8 a.m. til 12 p.m.
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Go Green
CITYWIDE CLEANUP: Traditional activities divided up into separate dates - Shredding set May 16 FARMERS BRANCH ~ After the overwhelming response to CityWide CleanUp Day the past few years, City officials are going to a more diversified schedule for meeting needs for the same services in 2015 and beyond including document shredding on May 16.
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Drug take back.
DRUGS: Prescription take back now possible five days a week at FBPD FARMERS BRANCH ~ In what was previously a once or twice a year event, dropping off old prescription medications for proper disposal is now a permanent service offered by the Farmers Branch Police Department.
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Sid Fuller
STATS: Crime hits 15-year low in 2014 according to FBPD report FARMERS BRANCH ~ Citing community partnerships and advances in technology, Farmers Branch Police Chief Sid Fuller announced this week that overall crime in Farmers Branch dropped to it’s lowest level in the past 15 years with 997 incidents reported.
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