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The city council approved just two polling places for the June 16 mayoral runoff, citing the $4,000 cost per location as a primary reason. The city council election which led to the runoff had four … more
Just a handful of Texas cities have separate permitting rules for daycares and the Cedar Park City Council is considering adding its own. What do you think? Read more about it here. more
The Leander ISD Board of Trustees is considering a proposal to add big LED scoreboards at its three football stadiums, creating new advertising revenue for the district and allowing students hands-on broadcasting experience. What do you think? more
The Leander ISD Board of Trustees are exploring methods to change the academic calendar. What do you think about the current school year that runs from late August to early June? more
Cedar Park officials are underway collecting feedback about the Heart of Bell Boulevard redevelopment project. The project will realign the existing Bell Blvd. onto Old 183 to make way for a 90 acre, walkable mixed-use development of dining, retail and parks. more
Leander ISD voters will decide next month to either enact or oppose a $454.4 million bond proposal that would construct four new schools, improve safety of facilities and accommodate for projected growth in the district. Early voting begins Oct. 23 more
Following a new law passed by the Texas Lege this summer, cities will have to put annexation plans up for a vote by the territory’s residents before the annexation can move ahead. Do you agree that communities and neighborhoods should be annexed with a vote? more
Since the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, city officials in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio have said they are looking into removing their Confederate statues on public property. This past week, University of Texas President Gregory L. Fenves had three statues removed and placed in a campus museum. Do you think Confederate statues should be removed? more
Amongst the violence that occurred in Charlottesville, VA, a man who reportedly idolized Hitler and the Nazis drove into a crowd, killing one and injuring 19 others. President Trump's National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said James Fields, Jr.'s act "meets the definition of terrorism." Do you agree and should he be charged with terrorism-related crimes? more
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said in an interview last week that city governments are responsible for "all our problems in America." What do you think? more
Last week, President Donald Trump Tweeted a ban on transgendered persons serving in the military in any capacity. What is your view? more