The lifelong resident has held positions in area commissions and organizations such as the Professional Women of Williamson County, City of Round Rock Historic Preservation Commission, director of Round Rock Preservation and commissioner on the Williamson County Historical Preservation, among others.
In her campaign announcement, Steiner identified rising housing costs and zoning impacts on small and family businesses as key focuses. Her campaign will focus on "financial planning and community input" to enhance residential and business experiences in Round Rock, per the release.
“I have lived in Round Rock my entire life, and have worked with multiple organizations to make it a better place to live and raise a family. Now it's time for me to serve the community by representing them on our city council," Steiner said in the news release. "One of the most difficult tasks for our community is to simultaneously change with the times and maintain the heart and soul of a community long established."
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