by Mike Payne
Thomas Jefferson stated, “Everything yields to diligence.” I do not believe there has ever been an election in Georgetown that requires this admonition more. It is critical that we sort out all the mis-information from local media, and even some confusion in reporting
Since 1949, Texas has been engaged in deliberate and legislative management of water-related needs across the state. Bills have been regularly introduced since that time, regardless of drought conditions, to operate the Texas Water Development Board and fund our supply and conservation needs through local
Georgetown Councilman Tommy Gonzalez learned about problem solving from his father. “My father always said, ‘If there’s a problem, tell me what the solution is going to be,’” explains Gonzalez; and decades later, he still lives his life by this principle.
From a young age, Mr.
by Kevin Pitts, City Council District 5
The City of Georgetown Electric Fund has been a topic of discussion in the news, social media, and among residents. The information floating around has created confusion among many. I was one of those, and was under the impression
The Advocate asked all candidates the following questions to enable voters to review "apples-to-apples" responses regarding issues and platforms. Answers appear in the order in which they were received.
1. What motivated you to run for office?
2. Please describe any previous experience serving your community.
Texas must not cap Georgetown’s ability to protect public safety and other critical and basic needs.
Right now, state legislators are advancing a “revenue cap” proposal that could be disastrous for people in Georgetown and across Texas.
Revenue caps do not reduce anyone’s taxes. But they do
In January, Williamson County was awarded a grant, via the Lone Star Justice Alliance (LSJA), to support a new program, Second Chance Community Improvement Program (SCCIP), which provides an alternative to incarceration for emerging adults.
Defined as individuals age 17-24 years, these offenders are too old
by Mayor Dale Ross
Georgetown celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Red Poppy Festival this year on April 26-28. I hope you will join me at this free, family-friendly festival for a weekend of fun with our friends, family, and neighbors on the Most Beautiful Town
As part of the veterinary industry, I feel we have failed our livestock owners in the area of preventive plans. We should be helping cattle producers stay on top of their preventive vaccination plans to help safeguard their investment a lot more than we have