Hutto City Council to give update on November 2018 bond funds
An update on Proposition A of the November 2018 bond election will be given at the next Hutto City Council meeting Aug. 5. Proposition A centers on $70 million allocated for roadway and drainage improvement projects. The bond money came up as part of council's July 17 discussion surrounding the original plans for a Live Oak Street reconstruction project.
Public comment guidelines modified for Hutto City Council, boards, commissions meetings
With Hutto City Hall back to full capacity and the statewide mask mandate lifted, Hutto City Council approved changing the public comment format to in-person only. Emailed comments will be distributed to elected or appointed members but will not be read out loud. Those with disabilities and translators speaking on behalf of someone who speaks a different language or is unable to attend due to a disability will continue to be allowed twice the regular three-minute time to speak.
The new guidelines apply to City Council, task forces, and boards and commissions meetings.
"If you're that passionate, unless there's a really extenuating circumstance, I think you do owe it to the public to come up," Mayor Mike Snyder said.
Status Report on Brushy Creek Amphitheater Sound Study
A basic status report on the sound study conducted at the Brushy Creek Amphitheater July 21 will be presented to the City Council Aug. 5. The sound study is being conducted to address noise concerns in neighboring areas. City Manager Warren Hutmacher said improvement recommendations will be presented in September and results should be seen this fall.