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Cedar Park will likely see a flat tax rate for next year after the Cedar Park City Council voted Thursday to adopt a preliminary maximum tax rate of $0.46977 per $100 of property value for the Fiscal … more
A global coronavirus pandemic shuttered businesses nationwide and across Texas, slowing new developments and slash cities sales tax revenues as local businesses were periodically closed for weeks … more
The Cedar Park City Council will discuss Thursday the recall petition being sought against Council member Tim Kelly by a  teacher-led group following his July 22 Facebook post calling teachers' … more
Cedar Park residents will likely see their property tax rate remain flat next year despite complications and city revenue losses caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic based on the preliminary … more
“We’re still scouting!” said BSA scout leader Craig Nesbitt. With Zoom meetings, virtual campouts and outdoor sessions with masks and social distancing measures in place, scouting looks a … more
Williamson County Commissioners voted to form a committee to determine the fate of the Georgetown courthouse’s 1916 Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument. They will appoint members on Dec. 1, … more
Last week, the Williamson County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a proposed maximum total tax rate not to exceed $0.458719. This is the same as … more
A Leander ISD-led group of teachers and staff have gathered over 1,000 signatures as of Sunday in their effort to seek a recall election against Cedar Park Council member Tim Kelly. more
  In an effort to minimize unnecessary jail time for non-violent offenders and enhance the bail process, Williamson County will implement the use of pretrial screening interviews in early … more
Williamson County added only 19 new coronavirus cases Wednesday, reflect several areas of improvement in the County over recent weeks including in the number of ICU beds available and the average … more
The Leander City Council will meet both Wednesday and Thursday this week to discuss a variety of topics ranging from the Council's first budget discussions to a proposal to building the Leander … more
Leander ISD always needs substitute teachers. The COVID-19 pandemic is making that need even more urgent.The district isn’t starting in-person learning until at least Sept. 7, and senior director … more
Williamson County health officials are concerned about 46.2 percent of coronavirus tests performed in the county coming back positive, raising serious worries for them about how much of a risk is … more
The Sagebrook Nursing & Rehabilitation nursing home in Cedar Park reported a new resident had tested positive for the coronavirus Friday, representing the second time an infection has been … more
The Williamson County Fair and Rodeo, the Greater Austin Comic Con and the Old Town Street Festival in Leander joined the growing list of late 2020 events canceled until next year as uncertainty … more
The City of Leander entered its Stage 3 water restrictions last Thursday under the City's Drought Contingency Plan after weeks of high summer temperatures combined with Leander residents consuming … more
Cedar Park citizens spoke out over and over again Thursday night during a Special Session of the Cedar Park City Council about how they feel Council member Tim Kelly's "toxic" and "dangerous" … more
The Cedar Park City Council will meet for a Special Session at 7 p.m. tonight to discuss potentially taking action against Council member Tim Kelly tonight over a Facebook post he made calling … more
Williamson County reported 118 new cases of coronavirus Wednesday, the highest daily total in 11 days.However, despite the spike of news cases, the County's data shows a positive trend emerging … more
Williamson County will no longer be issuing news releases detailing the age and gender of coronavirus fatalities in the County when the Williamson County and Cities Health District leases its daily … more
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