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Phone scam
SCAMS: FBPD warns residents to beware of telephone con games FARMERS BRANCH ~ The Farmers Branch Police Department is asking residents, especially older residents, to be aware of a proliferation of telephone scams throughout the DFW area, from people claiming to be law enforcement or other official agencies.
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New construction
DEMO/REBUILD: New incentives give homebuyers even more reason to build new homes FARMERS BRANCH ~ New "Demo/Rebuild" rules give homebuyers even more incentive to replace older homes with newer ones.
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West Nile Watch
WEST NILE UPDATE: No WNV positives this week; officials urge vigilance FARMERS BRANCH ~ Even though, for the first time in a month, no mosquito traps in Farmers Branch were found to contain West Nile Virus in weekly testing, officials said the public still needs to be vigilant.
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Andy Gillies
MEMO from the MANAGER: Meet 'The Most Interesting Planner in the World' Today, I'd like to introduce you to a video - a short film, if you will. Although drawing its inspiration from a popular series of ads, this film is based on the premise that humor helps get the viewer interested in the information to be conveyed.
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New sign
VALUES UP: DCAD reports Farmers Branch property values up 9.6 percent DALLAS ~ According to certified property values, released today by the Dallas Central Appraisal District, certified taxable values in Farmers Branch, for the 2014 tax year, stood at $4.2 billion, up 9.6 percent over 2013.
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NO TEXTING WHILE DRIVING: Distracted driving grace period ends, citations could apply FARMERS BRANCH ~ With the grace period for public education now ended, the Farmers Branch Police Department will be on the lookout for distracted drivers who could wind up with a citation.
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RARE FIND: Summertime rains wash up unusual organism in Rawhide Creek FARMERS BRANCH ~ Last week's heavy rains left behind more than just soggy sod and filled up creeks. For one Farmers Branch resident, the rain event led to an odd and rare discovery.
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