Tag: Daniel Ray

City Attorney Daniel Ray's Scope of Services Contract was extended until 2018.  Image courtesy of Jim Satterwhite.

City Attorney Daniel Ray Retained

Mayor David Dreiling signed the contract authorizing Daniel Ray to be retained as the City Attorney until 2018.  Mr. Ray will represent the city in all legal proceedings in which insurance does not provide for specialized legal counsel.  Mr. Ray will represent the city in all controversies and prosecute cases brought […]

The City Attorney, Daniel Ray, contract was renewed with a six to zero vote by the council.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Greenville City Council Meeting

The Greenville City Council meeting adjourned at 8:30 PM Tuesday night due to two lengthy executive sessions. Two Lone Oak citizens expressed views on the proposed PJC Taxing District during the Citizens To Be Heard session.  The mayor corrected them that Greenville did not have any say in this proposal […]

The City Attorney Contract was discussed in executive session during the last council meeting of September.  Attorney Daniel Ray currently serves as attorney for the City of Greenville.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

City Council Discuss the City Attorney Contract

Attorney Daniel Ray received his undergraduate degree from the prestigious Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas.  He went on to earn his law degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.  He worked for several large Dallas firms before coming to Greenville and joining with Bob Scott in 2007. His […]

City Attorney, Daniel Ray, discusses plans for an "Art Depot" in the near future. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

The Art Depot Evolves

The Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad arrived in Greenville in October 1880. Prior to that, transportation was limited to horse, mule and oxen.  Much of the city’s building materials had to be hauled overland from Jefferson, Texas more than 100-miles distant.  According to the Greenville Banner “Business was dull in Greenville, the prospects […]

The problem with signage on city streets is that the original message sometimes gets lost in the confusion. Photo by Jim Satterwhite.

Sign, sign, Everywhere a Sign

Citizens from the Park Street Neighborhood in Greenville complained to the city council regarding the high amount of truck traffic traveling Moulton Street to Park and then continuing north onto Johnson.  Last September a truck struck a tree causing a power outage and damaging the truck to an extent that […]