Most-viewed: 5 popular Georgetown stories from December 2018


City officials’ decision to renegotiate two long-term contracts with wind and solar power producers after a previous plan to sell excess power on the wholesale energy market lost millions of dollars in projected returns led our online news coverage in December.

Here are links to five stories that drew the most attention from readers this month:

1. Energy price drop costs city of Georgetown electric fund $6.84M (posted Dec. 10)

2. California-based Chatsworth Products Inc. expands footprint into Round Rock with agreement for 40 jobs, $1.2M investment (posted Dec. 21) 

3. $70M TxDOT plan includes diverging diamond at I-35, Williams Drive (posted Dec. 13) 

4. Georgetown council denies 300 new apartments near Water Oak neighborhood (posted Dec. 12) 

5. Historic school campus ready to reopen as new Georgetown ISD staff center (posted Dec. 11) 


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Evan Marczynski
Evan Marczynski is editor of the Georgetown edition of Community Impact Newspaper. He joined Community Impact in 2016 as a reporter in Northwest Austin and previously covered Austin-area health care and Round Rock ISD. Evan is a native of the Pacific Northwest, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Western Washington University in 2012 and worked as a newspaper reporter until he moved to Texas.
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