There was little shakeup in Georgetown city leadership based on unofficial election results on May 4th.
Although voter turnout was less than 7 percent in District 7—just 427 ballots cast—Council Member Tommy Gonzalez was elected to a fourth term. Gonzalez was ahead when early voting results
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
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.
City Council member Tommy Gonzalez is ramping up his campaign for Georgetown City elections May 4.
Having recently received the endorsement of the Georgetown Police Officers Association, he also announced similar support from GISD Trustees Marcos Gonzalez, Andy Webb, Scott Stribling and Ben Stewart. "While I
The City of Georgetown broke ground on two Fire Stations, March 1st and 5th.
Fire Station 7, on Highway 29 at Inner Loop, will serve areas on the city's east side as well as areas in Emergency Services District 8. Total construction cost for the 13,000
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