Library Summer Reading Program Copperas Cove, Texas – The Copperas Cove Public Library, located at 501 S. Main Street, will host a Summer Reading Program from June 15th through July 22nd, 2021. Registration is currently open, and continues online through July 15th. Don’t forget to join us for the official Kick-Off on June 15th at 2 pm in the meeting room. All registration and programs are FREE to the public. The annual program is sponsored by the Friends of the Copperas Cove Library. Children ages 1–10
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Debit Card Abuse Copperas Cove, Texas – Many Debit Card Abuse cases have been reported after customers used the gas pumps at the Speedy Pac, 816 North 1st Street in Copperas Cove. In most cases, the victim used a Valero Credit Card to purchase gas, and the card was later found to be compromised, possibly by a gas pump skimmer. No skimming devices have been discovered as of this time. However, if you recently used a card to pay at the pump at Speedy Pac, we encourage you to contact your card issuer to
Planning & Zoning Commission Copperas Cove, Texas – The City of Copperas Cove is accepting applications to fill positions on the Planning & Zoning Commission. The purpose of the City Council Appointed Advisory Body is to review and consider submitted site plans and plats, as well as make recommendations to the City Council on Zoning Ordinance amendments, Comprehensive Plan amendments, Specific Use Permits and rezoning requests. The commission consists of seven members, appointed to three-year terms, and
Board of Adjustment Copperas Cove, Texas – The City of Copperas Cove is accepting applications to fill a position on the Board of Adjustment. The City Council Appointed Advisory Body is a Quasi-judicial board which serves as an appeal body for individuals seeking variances to the Zoning Ordinance or to a decision made by an administrative official enforcing the ordinance. The board consists of five members, appointed to two-year terms, and meets monthly on the second Thursday as necessary. Applications