There is so much talk right now about gas prices. Who’s at fault? Is it President Obama for not drilling enough? Is it OPEC for price fixing? Could it be greedy oil companies? There are many reasons being floated as to why gas prices are so high but there is one that you aren’t going […]
Williamson County Libertarians will be holding their precinct and county conventions on March 13 and 17 respectively to nominate candidates for the November general election. All voters who reside in Williamson County are eligible to vote in the conventions. “Over 18,000 Williamson County residents voted for at least one Libertarian candidate in 2010, but most voters still don’t […]
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.
Williamson County governments take various approaches to communicating with their state government during legislative sessions, from combined efforts to protect the interests of cities and the county government to an individual city directly contacting its legislators.
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Williamson County has the highest percentage of Libertarian voters in Texas for any county of its size, twice the statewide average.
I decided to start attending Round Rock City Council meetings to better understand what’s going on in my new hometown.