According to the April/May “Community Impact”, Round Rock residents may get an opportunity to say “No” to more city debt, “No” to wasteful city spending, and “No” to debt without representation. The last time the city issued new debt was in 2002, about 10 years ago. Ironically, the city is still paying on that debt. [...]
The September/October issue of Community Impact has, as usual, lots of depressing news for Libertarians. Despite its conservative reputation, Williamson County and Round Rock governments continue business as usual with such initiatives as allowing sales tax dollars in Round Rock to be used for business welfare initiatives, the centralization of our voting institutions with the [...]
At the February 24th meeting of the Round Rock City Council, Mayor Alan McGraw was authorized to purchase 1,800 “smart” water meters from Master Meter, Inc. The city is currently spending $1.4 million per year to replace all analog meters with new computerized meters within 3 years.
Hundreds of parents, students and school employees packed the Round Rock High School cafeteria Feb. 15 to share ways to address the district’s anticipated budget shortfall for the 2011-12 school year, estimated as high as $73 million.