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Council will require background checks for outside presenters; one business now won't build in Leander over vote; questions remain on whether vote will actually stop future protests


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The Leander City Council's finalist candidate in its search for a new City Manager has withdrawn from the search "due to personal reasons," according to a release from the the City of … more

AJ’s Bar & Grill and Patchouli Joe’s Books & Indulgences aim to open their doors in the Old Town district within a month

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With the Leander’s first hotel set to open this fall, the City of Leander will finally be able to utilize its new, specialized Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT Tax) to promote tourism to the city.

The Leander City Council voted Thursday to approve an agreement between the city and the Leander Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center to coordinate the usage of up to 75 percent of the HOT Tax funds that will be collected in the future.

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The Leander City Council could finally be adopting an official Council Rules of Order and Procedure in the near future after voting Thursday to authorize drafting rules outlining how council meetings should be conducted and rules of conduct for council members.

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Leander is among hundreds of Texas cities throughout the state grappling with losing their ability to regulate building materials for most building exteriors and facing a “shot clock” style speed up of when plat applications must be approved following the recent passage of two bills by the Texas Legislature. 

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Recent July campaign finance reports by candidates and PACs, covering April 25 to June 30, help show the flurry activity in the final month of the recent city council elections as well as show how much money washed into those races.

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The Leander City Council will consider several important agenda items Thursday, Aug. 1, during its briefing session and council meeting. The briefing session starts at 6 p.m. and is open to the public but won’t be lived streamed nor voice recorded. The regular council meeting will start 7 p.m. and it will be live streamed.

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What does it take to transform Leander into a destination that people will travel to visit? Is it having attention-grabbing businesses and restaurants? more
Leander's annual music-focused Fourth of July celebration, Liberty Fest, drew hundreds of people on Thursday evening to sit back and relax with a bevy of live performances and fireworks at night. more

Elected officials from Cedar Park and Leander competed in a friendly competition last week, each seeking to raise blood donations for a drive to help save lives.

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Leander ISD is offering free breakfast and lunch to children under 18 through the month of June as part of the No Cost Summer Meals event.

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When you walk around and inside the Leander Public Library, visitors would be hard-pressed to find a placard or sign commemorating the land donation from the Mason family.  more
By Saturday night, thousands of high school seniors will have graduated from their respective high schools. more

The streets of Old Town in Leander will be filled to the brim next week with artisans, musicians and food vendors as part of the annual Old Town Street Festival.

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