On Feb. 9, the Hutto ISD Board of Trustees approved giving an incentive to up to 30 Hutto ISD employees who plan to resign during or at the end of the 2011–12 school year if they let the district know by March 1.
After a heated discussion and public hearing at its meeting Feb. 8, West Lake Hills City Council struck down the city-initiated rezoning change from two-family residential to one-family residential on Reveille Road.
The Round Rock City Council unanimously approved a $2.9 million contract Feb. 9 for reconstruction work for streets near La Frontera shopping center that, according to city staff, will enhance safety and mobility.
Hutto ISD will hold two public input meetings Feb. 20 and 22 as the district faces finding $1.2 million in cuts from its projected $38.9 million 2012-13 school year budget following a failed tax ratification election in November.
Williamson County Commissioners Court authorized the county auditor to refinance $132 million in road bonds on Feb. 7, a move that is expected to save the county $9.4 million over the life of the bonds due to lower interest rates.
IDEA Public Schools plans to hire 60 positions for the new Austin Independent School District in-district charter school, dubbed IDEA Allan. Those hired will include teachers, professional staff and administrative staff for 2012-13.
Round Rock will host a series of open houses next week to gather public input on the city’s planned demand response bus service, which is replacing the service currently run in the city by Capital Area Rural Transportation System.
Glyn Kennedy, owner of TLC Carpet Care, is leaning back on a metal chair in the office of his company. Speaking with a Southern twang, Kennedy would look just as at home on a ranch as he would cleaning carpets. Maybe more so.