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.
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.
District 7 Councilman Tommy Gonzalez is campaigning to retain his seat on the Georgetown City Council. He is eager to continue his focus on providing the highest level of public safety, world-class parks and trails systems, and ensuring quality city services while maintaining a low
District 7 Councilman Tommy Gonzalez has announced he will file and campaign to retain his seat on the Georgetown City Council. He plans to maintain his platform of sustaining the historic nature and character of the City as it experiences rapid and continued growth. Gonzalez
How long have you lived in Georgetown? What do you love about it?
I have lived in Georgetown 17 years. I love Georgetown's distinctive character and feel, as well as its natural beauty. I love that, despite the growth, Georgetown is still a place
Georgetown City Council District 5
I am writing this letter to inform my constituents in District 5 that after careful deliberation, I have decided not to seek re-election to the Georgetown City Council this spring. Shortly after I began serving my term on council, our business
Kevin Pitts, President of the Georgetown BBVA Bank announced his candidacy for the Georgetown City Council, District 5 Seat, currently held by Ty Gipson.
Pitts and his family moved to Georgetown in 2013 and quickly began serving the community. He believes his background on nine Georgetown
Anna Eby told The Advocate this week that she plans to run again to keep her seat as Georgetown City Council District 1 Representative.
Eby has been a resident of Georgetown since 2001 and is a trial and appellate attorney and small business owner. While proud
Former Georgetown City Council member Jerry Hammerlun passed away June 17.
Jerry was elected to the Georgetown City Council in 2012. He also served on the boards of the Georgetown Education Foundation and the Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown amongst many others.
As an active member
Lawrence Romero came to Georgetown seven years ago and is owner and caretaker of a historic house in District 6. He decided to leave the daily grind of Houston and during a trip to Austin, he made the serendipitous decision to drive north instead of