With less than a month until the 2013 Austin ISD bond election, community members at an April 17 meeting shared concerns about the way the district has organized projects and informed the public about the $892 million bond.
Lone Star College has just begun construction on a new $20 million Energy & Manufacturing Institute at its University Park campus that will expand hands-on, job-related training for students in the oil and gas industry.
There are two seats on the San Marcos Independent School District Board up for grabs. Kathy Hansen is running unopposed for her district 4 seat and incumbent John Crowley and challenger Michelle Hamilton are squaring off for the district 5 seat.
Two seats on the Hays CISD board of trustees are up for grabs this year. Merideth Keller is running unopposed for her District 4 seat, and incumbent Marty Kanetzky is being challenged for her District 5 seat by Debbie Munoz.
Two city council seats are expiring this year. Mayor pro tem Diane Hervol is running unopposed for her District 1 seat and Chad Benninghoff, Bill Sinor and Joe Bacon are running for the District 3 seat.
Austin City Council members could be looking at a $3 million budget shortfall for the fiscal year 2014 budget after they heard reports April 18 from staff and local economist Jon Hockenyos with Texas Perspectives
Primary responsibilities of homeowners associations typically involve the maintenance of common areas, the enforcement of deed and architectural restrictions and the collection of fees, but in unincorporated areas they serve a greater purpose.
Cy–Fair residents may see several permanent and mobile cargo containers housing essential emergency and disaster relief supplies throughout the community thanks to the efforts of the Cy–Fair Community Emergency Response Team.