Candidates for Bee Cave City Council scheduled to attend forum April 15

Bee Cave City Hall will serve as the site of a City Council candidate forum April 15. (Community Impact staff)
Bee Cave City Hall will serve as the site of a City Council candidate forum April 15. (Community Impact staff)

Bee Cave City Hall will serve as the site of a City Council candidate forum April 15. (Community Impact staff)

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Andrew Clark (Courtesy Andrew Clark)
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Kevin Hight (Courtesy Kevin Hight)
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Andrew Rebber (Courtesy Andrew Rebber)
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Joann Taylor (Courtesy Joann Taylor)
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Andrea Willott (Courtesy Andrea Willott)
Candidates running for Bee Cave City Council are scheduled to appear in person at a forum 6 p.m. April 15 at Bee Cave City Hall. The Q&A session is sponsored by the Bee Cave Chamber of Commerce and will also be available via online teleconference.

In the race for the three at-large seats on the dais are Andrew Clark, Kevin Hight, Andrew Rebber, Joann Taylor and Andrea Willott. This year, Clark, Hight and Willott are the incumbents running for re-election.


Issues expected to be discussed at the forum include road improvements, economic development, city park planning and upcoming major property developments, including the Village at Spanish Oaks and The Backyard. Citizens are asked to submit their own questions to [email protected] by April 13.

To access the forum online, attendees can navigate a Zoom link and enter the following information.

  • Meeting ID: 946 2492 9451

  • Passcode: 818146


Election day is May 1, and early voting begins April 19. For a complete list of polling locations, visit the Travis County Clerk’s website.
By Greg Perliski

Editor, Lake Travis/Westlake & Northwest Austin

Greg joined Community Impact as an editor in November 2020. In the communities he covers, Greg reports on local government, transportation, real estate development and business. He has written for newspapers, online publications and corporate communications teams. Greg earned a journalism degree from the University of Texas at Austin.