Salado aldermen voted to hire Donald P. Ferguson as the new city administrator following an executive session on March 23.
Former mayor Rick Ashe will be the new Chief of Police for the Village of Salado, following a vote by the Board of Aldermen on March 23
The deadline for residents to register to vote in the May 6 election is April 6.
Many of the same arguments launched against the $10.55 million bond election for the construction of a sewer system for Salado are again being launched via letters to the editor, website postings and social media postings concerning the upcoming Disannexation election.
Board of Aldermen mull contract with Chamber to manage Hotel Occupancy Funds The Salado Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center will move south to the Salado Museum after appropriate renovations are made for staff offices. The renovations are estimated at about $10,000. The Chamber Board of Directors awarded the bid to SVC Remodeling Construction […]
Salado could face loss of $165,195.65 in M&O tax revenues if voters approve exit If approved by the voters in the Village of Salado May 6, the disannexation of a large — almost entirely residential — portion of the Village could result in the loss of just over $170 million in market value.
Salado Historical Society learns of Land Office programs It is the oldest agency in Texas, created when Texas was a young Republic.
Salado comes alive along with the freshness and newness of Spring in Texas during Wildflower Weekend. Activities and events will be held throughout the Village for any age group to enjoy. The fun begins Friday night and continues into Sunday afternoon. March 24
S.E.E.D Fest will bring a day of Earth-based learning to Bell county 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on April 29 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Bell County.
Once again, Temple-based First State Bank Central Texas has received the highest ranking possible from Bauer Financial, Inc., the nation’s bank rating firm. The bank has earned a 5-Star rating from Bauer for financial strength and soundness.