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Pflugerville City Council Meets June 14 and 28 at 7 p.m. 100 E. Main St., Pflugerville 512-990-6101 www.pflugervilletx.gov Hutto City Council Meets June 16 and July 12 at 7 p.m. 500 W. Live Oak St., Hutto 512-759-9020 www.huttotx.gov MEETINGS WE COVER CITY HIGHLIGHTS PFLUGERVILLE On May 24, officials approved the first step in issuing up to $84.48 million in certificates of obligation, a type of bond that does not require voter approval. The resolution does not bind the city to issuing certificates of obligation but sets up future steps in the process. City documents indicate the bonds would be put toward capital improvement projects. HUTTO Place 4 Council Member Peter Gordon was appointed as the city’s new mayor pro tem at a May 19 meeting. Council nominated Gordon for the position in a 5-2 vote, with the minority of council members voting to nominate former Mayor Pro Tem and current Council Member Dan Thornton.
Pflugerville OKs land exchange PFLUGERVILLE A trade of two approximately 119-acre tracts in Pflugerville and Hutto’s respective extraterritorial jurisdictions is now approved by both cities. Pflugerville City Council approved the trade at a May 10 meeting, while Hutto City Council approved it April 21. Prior to the trade, a portion of a proposed
Hutto swears in council members HUTTO At a City Council meeting May 16, three Hutto officials were sworn into office following a May 7 election. They are Mayor Mike Sny- der, Place 3 Council Member Randal Clark and Place 6 Council Member Amberley Kolar. Clark replaces Council Member Mandi Villarreal Salvo, while Kolar replaces Council Member Tanner Rose, who resigned in January.
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456-acre development called Lakeside Municipal Utility District No. 9 fell within Pflugerville’s ETJ. The reason for the trade was to bring Lakeside MUD No. 9 fully within Hutto’s ETJ, according to city information.
Hutto to add basketball court lighting in fall
HUTTO Basketball courts at Hutto Lake Park, Fritz Park and Hutto Community Park will receive new lighting by this fall. Hutto City Council approved the $106,200 purchase of lights for
the three parks at a May 5 meeting.
The city’s purchase agreement with Musco Sports Lighting LLC includes replacement parts for 25 years. Installation will likely take place in late summer or early fall, according to White.
Parks Superintendent Jeff White said the need for lighting came to the city’s attention in late 2021 via a community petition that received over 600 signatures.
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