Downtown B&B approved

by | Feb 20, 2020 | Uncategorized

Residents want revenue, visitors to stay in town

The Farmersville City Council has approved a zoning change to allow the opening of a bed-and-breakfast that proponents believe will serve as an important tourism attraction for the city.

The B&B – the Murchison-Honaker House – at 109 College Street, is owned by City Councilman Dwain Mathers and his wife, Allison. Mathers recused himself from the discussion of the zoning change at the Feb. 11 meeting of city council and left the chambers while his colleagues conducted a public hearing on the change.

The council approved the change in zoning unanimously.

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John Kanelis[email protected]

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