Littlefield City Council votes to pay off bond for Bill Clayton Detention Center early

  • Littlefield City Council votes to pay off bond for Bill Clayton Detention Center early
    Littlefield City Council votes to pay off bond for Bill Clayton Detention Center early
  • TEXAS CIVIL COMMITMENT CENTER, the Bill Clayton Facility’s bond debt will be paid off early in December, when the last payment is made nine years early. Littlefield be paying off this bond balance of approximately $2,400,000 in principal and $66,584 in interest. The funding comes from $250,000 of LEDC “B” funds, the City’s Interest and Sinking Funds, and funds saved by the City of Littlefield, to pay off this bond authorized by Ordinance 99-1223. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
    TEXAS CIVIL COMMITMENT CENTER, the Bill Clayton Facility’s bond debt will be paid off early in December, when the last payment is made nine years early. Littlefield be paying off this bond balance of approximately $2,400,000 in principal and $66,584 in interest. The funding comes from $250,000 of LEDC “B” funds, the City’s Interest and Sinking Funds, and funds saved by the City of Littlefield, to pay off this bond authorized by Ordinance 99-1223. (Staff Photo by Joella Lovvorn)
Following two special meetings Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020, Littlefield’s Type “B” Economic Development Corporation board at noon, and the Littlefield City Council that evening, the bond for the Bill Clayton Facility, being utilized as the Texas Civil Commitment Center, will be paid off nine years early. This week something monumental happened in the City of Littlefield. Tuesday, Nov. 25th, the…

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