Category Archives: Politics

Early voting begins for Nov. 5 election

Early voting started today and continues through Nov. 1 for an election that includes voting on city affordable housing bonds and several state constitutional amendments. Races for District 50 state representative and some area city seats do not apply to … Continue reading

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Neighborhood calendar for July

So far July is shaping up as a quiet month with a few important events. Coming up are the monthly Police Commander’s Forum, the Independence Day fireworks display on Auditorium Shores, a possible Planning Commission hearing on the Carlson Drive issue, … Continue reading

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New neighborhood calendar available

I’ve created a new calendar that lists public and neighborhood events of interest to residents in the Burleson Heights and Burleson-Parker neighborhoods. We have a busy week ahead: APD’s monthly Commander’s Forum, the Planning Commission’s hearing of Edgewick condominiums’ request … Continue reading

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Panel of judges releases interim congressional map

Texas might finally be able to have a primary election on May 29 under an interim map of congressional districts that was released today by a panel of federal judges in San Antonio. Burleson Heights’ current congressional district, District 25, … Continue reading

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Public meeting with Lloyd Doggett on Saturday

U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett will hold Neighborhood Office Hours from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the H-E-B parking lot at 2701 E. Seventh St., right after a ribbon-cutting ceremony to reopen East Seventh, which has been under construction since … Continue reading

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