March 8, 2018

I’m listening to you …

I’m listening. I’m listening to family farmers in the Norman’s Crossing area, who feel they have not been heard in the future transportation plans of the county. I’m listening to farmers, ranchers, and residents in the Florence area who are concerned about water supplies and road conditions. I’m listening to public safety professionals, who need competitive wages and the resources …

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February 23, 2018

Renewable Energy (makes good, economic sense) in WilCo

As your next Williamson County Judge, I will explore how the county can reap the economic benefits of clean energy. The City of Georgetown has adopted a 100% renewable energy plan, which has provided long term price stability as well as new investment to the city. Innovative businesses such as Texas Beer Company, in Taylor, are generating their own solar …

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January 26, 2018

So what does a County Judge do?

In nearly every conversation I have, the most important question I answer is, “What does a County Judge do?” The County Judge presides over and is a voting member of the Commissioners Court. The five member court oversees the general operations of the county. Most importantly, it sets the property tax rate and adopts an annual budget. The most important …

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