According to unofficial results from Hays County officials, Kyle voters have approved a $36 million road bond that will fund construction to five roads around the city; 69.7 percent of voters cast their ballots in favor of the bond.
According to unofficial results from Hays County, Chad Benninghoff and Joe Bacon are headed to a runoff election for the District 3 seat on Kyle City Council because neither candidate received a majority of the vote.
According to unofficial results, Lost Creek voters approved a limited taxing district tonight by a margin of 2 to 1. With all precincts reporting, the measure passed by a vote of 810, or 66.5 percent, to 408, or 33.5 percent.
It is not easy to pass laws reining in the powers of homeowners associations because the issue includes deeply held Lone Star values on both sides—property, community, family, home, privacy, independence, freedom, local control.
On April 30, Buda City Council unanimously approved annexation of 654.96 acres of land around the city’s limits. The annexation was part of the city’s annual growth plan which is submitted to the mayor and city council.
On May 1, the Hays CISD board of trustees named Michael McKie the lone finalist for the superintendent position of the district. In Texas, being named the lone finalist in a superintendent search is tantamount to landing the job.