Ennis Crime Control and Prevention District to set 2015 budget Monday Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Ennis on April 25, 2015 by Publisher Photo courtesy City of Ennis. ENNIS — Ennis residents are encouraged to attend the Ennis Crime Control and Prevention District meeting Monday where the board will discuss and vote on its 2015 budget.The public meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, April 27 at Ennis City Hall located at 115 W. Brown St."This meeting will determine the programs and budget that the CCPD will fund. The citizens voted for a new police facility, canine program, bicycle patrol program, traffic enforcement equipment and a Crime Prevention Officer. These programs will make us a better and safer city," the Ennis Police Officers Association said in a written statement."Please attend and show your support for these programs and ensure that the CCPD board/commissioners follow through with what the citizens voted for."During last Monday's City Commission meeting, the commission held a public meeting to discuss the proposed 2015 budget.The City Commission had previously voted 6-1 on July 21, 2014 to create a Crime Control and Prevention District. Voters approved a 0.25 percent sales tax increase during the November 2014 elections and the increase in sales taxes took effect April 1.The City Commissioners voted Monday, Nov. 17, 2014 to disband the temporary board of directors filled by Rhonda Aycock, Carol Brazier, Kenneth Martin, Eddie Salazar, James Sanders, Tony Sinclair and Jerry Wester despite a proposal to make them permanent members of the board. Instead, Commissioner Ken Hackney Jr. moved to amend the original proposal and Commissioner Brian Holley seconded the motion. The commission voted 4-2 to appoint itself as the permanent board over the Ennis Crime Control and Prevention District. You may also be interested in readingSuspect shot and killed after ramming Ennis policeTexas Motorplex issues statement after Greg Griffin’s passingEnnis State Bank sets Shred Day event for April 11Ennis issues mosquito alertEnnis Regional Medical Center to discontinue obstetrics servicesAlleged gunman in critical condition after Ennis officer opens fireEnnis police investigating homicide after finding burnt bodyDeath of man in Ennis PD custody under investigationManhunt in Ennis after shots fired at policeRepresentative Wray announces August Town Hall dates ← Red Oak woman sentenced to life in prison for murdering husbandTornado confirmed during Friday’s storms → You must log in to post a comment.