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Director of Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation Needed

Application Period:  Mon, 06/10/2019 to Thu, 08/01/2019 Organization:  City of Brownfield and Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation (Type A) Street Address: 201 W Broadway St City: Brownfield State: Texas Zip: 79316 Job Description:  The City of Brownfield is seeking a Director of Industrial Development to direct and coordinate the activities of the Industrial Development Corporation; administer the industrial development program […]

Council approves ballpark financing

The citizens of Brownfield will soon be responsible for $3.5 million in secured debt after the City Council voted Thursday to move forward with Certificate of Obligation to pay for a new six-field baseball and softball complex. The latest cost estimate for the new complex was $4.4 million, according to representatives of Lubbock based engineering […]

Council approves $4.4 million baseball and softball complex

After months of discussion and numerous trips back to the drawing board, the Brownfield City Council voted unanimously Monday morning to move forward on a plan to replace the city’s decades old youth baseball and softball fields. A new six-field complex will be built on the same location where generations of Brownfield kids have played […]

“Paving The Way” to High Plains Winery Estates

“Paving The Way” to High Plains Winery Estates

During the recent Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation meeting on July 18th, members discussed the roadway options for the High Plains Winery Estates and voted to recommend 2 individuals to the city council to be appointed to the BIDCorp board. During the financial report David Partlow, Director of BIDCorp, informed the board that the Property Improvement Program awarded two […]

SEAL THE DEAL – Brownfield Chamber Adopts Official Seal

SEAL THE DEAL – Brownfield Chamber Adopts Official Seal

Article Courtesy of The Brownfield News With the stroke of the pen in June, Governor Greg Abbott proclaimed that Terry County is the Grape Capital of Texas and with a unanimous vote on Tuesday, the Chamber of Commerce adopted an official seal to affirm the prestigious recognition. The new seal, which is available for use […]

Brownfield Mayor’s Vineyard Gains Honors

Brownfield Mayor’s Vineyard Gains Honors

The Washington Post recently posted a list of their “Five all-American wines for the Fourth.”Among those wines was the Mc Pherson Albarino of Castano Prado Vineyards 2014. This was the only Texas wine named to this list. The Castano Prado Vineyards are located in Terry County and are owned by Tom and Linda Hessen and […]

Guar Facility to Make $3.8 Million Improvement

Guar Facility to Make $3.8 Million Improvement

One of the most unique businesses in Brownfield will soon be one of the most unique businesses in the world. Guar Resources, LLC (GR), formerly West Texas Guar, has begun preparations for a $3.3 million plant expansion. Demolition has begun on the site to make room for two new buildings that will house an 85-foot […]

Terry County official ‘Grape Capital of Texas’

Terry County official ‘Grape Capital of Texas’

On Wednesday, June 17 Governor Greg Abbott put his stamp of approval on a proclamation that names Terry County the Grape Capital of Texas. Waving brilliantly in the West Texas wind and above Bicentennial Park is a flag boasting that particular stamp of approval. However, Lorena Valencia, executive director of the Brownfield Area Chamber of […]

Shopping Center in Final Stages

Shopping Center in Final Stages

One of Brownfield’s newest and most visible buildings could soon house as many as five new retail and food outlets. Dakota Plaza has been in the works for several months and the building’s exterior was recently treated with brick and stone facade, while interior work will be completed by each tenant. John Enns, managing the […]

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