Food service health inspection scores are posted monthly by the city of Granbury.
Inspections occur about twice a year, not all businesses are inspected each month. Each violation has a demerit value, and this is subtracted from 100 to give the inspection score.
Restaurants with a failing score of 59 or below are closed immediately and must be re-inspected before opening.…
Granbury Chamber of Commerce members nominate businesses and individuals that have set the standard for excellence and exceptional community service. Winners are recognized at the annual Best of Business Awards Banquet for the Chamber.
“Casablanca” is the theme for this year’s banquet on Friday, Feb. 14, at Granbury Resort Conference Center, 621 E.…
Lake Granbury Medical Center (LGMC) will celebrate its second topping-out ceremony in the past five years on Tuesday, Jan. 28. The community is invited to witness the last beam placed on the third floor of the new Medical Office Building.
“We celebrated our groundbreaking late in the spring of 2013. The city of Granbury, our construction partners, and our local LGMC team have been diligently adhering to the project timelines,” said CEO Derrick Cuenca.…
Officials at the comptroller’s office report that a large sale and money collected from an audit brought a large increase in the Cresson sales tax revenue this period. The $65,000 payment is some 253 percent more than last year at this time.
Sales tax revenue in December was $2.25 billion, up 3.9 percent compared to December 2012, according to Texas Comptroller Susan Combs.…
The city of Granbury issued nearly $1.5 million in building permits in December. Texas Health and Human Services was granted a $522,050 permit to begin construction of the first commercial building on the new loop.
Couto Homes Inc., 3216 Ferry Boat Lane, new residential, $204,596.
Wilson Development Comp., 2001 Highway 377 East, addition-commercial, $175,000.…
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs is reporting $2.41 billion in state sales tax revenue for the month of November. That’s up 2.8 percent compared to November 2012.
So far this year, Hood County is running about 16 percent behind last year.
For the year, Granbury is about 2 percent ahead of last year.…
Numerous banquets and celebrations are planned at the Granbury Resort Conference Center and other city properties in January. Reservations and the number of people expected to attend are listed here.
Jan. 10: United Cooperative Awards Banquet (350).
Jan. 17-19: TAHPERD Leadership Conference (100).
Jan. 21: Healthy Woman.…
has five new directors
Five new directors have been added to the 2014 Granbury Chamber of Commerce board of directors.
The new directors selected are Danny Hill (Classic Chevrolet – Buick – GMC), Dr. James Largent (Granbury Independent School District), Mike Loter (Christian Brothers Automotive), Trish Reiner (Integra Care Home Health and Hospice) and Bart Rodgers (First Financial Bank).…
The City of Granbury issued 18 building permits in November worth $3.15 million.
Richard Fuller, 723 N. Crockett St., fence, $1,100.
Chris Thomas Custom Homes, 305 Paddle Boat Drive, new residential, $203,035.
Chris Thomas Custom Homes, 307 Paddle Boat Drive, new residential, $207,111.
Couto Homes Inc., 403 River Bank Rd., new residential, $204,162.…
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
opens in Granbury
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit opened Thursday in Granbury, with festivities to continue Friday and Saturday.
“I’m so proud to offer pit-smoked barbecue to the Granbury community,” said local owner Chung Yam. “I can’t wait for locals to enjoy all that Dickey’s Barbecue has to offer.”
Merchandise giveaways were planned Friday.…