Early voting in local elections begins April 25 at the Salado Civic Center and will continue through May 3. Three races in Salado are contested with write-in candidates in each of the races.
On May 6, Salado voters will decide whether a large portion of the Village will be disannexed from it or will remain within the city.
Salado Village Voice put the following questions before the seven candidates for the Village of Salado Board of Aldermen. Their answers follow. 1. With the final approval of permits for the sewer coming, will you work as an aldermen to make progress on the sewer, suggest different plans or oppose progress on the sewer? Why? […]
The wording on the Village of Salado election ballot has led to some confusion among local voters, resulting in phone calls to the newspaper, city offices and questions of election judges.
Salado Village Voice put the following questions before the seven candidates for the Village of Salado Board of Aldermen. Their answers follow.
Salado Village Voice questioned the seven candidates for the Village of Salado Board of Aldermen on disannexation. Their answers follow.
Donald Trump won the presidency taking at least five states that Barack Obama won in 2012. Trump flipped Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Iowa. It is likely he will take more when the final results come in from New Hampshire, Michigan, Arizona and Minnesota.
Salado aldermen turned down requests for variances for a crushed gravel parking lot at Center Circle, following a public hearing on the matter in which no one spoke in favor or against May 19. Shortly after, the board approved a list of variances for Phase I of a subdivision in the extra territorial jurisdiction […]
Salado Voters returned incumbents to Village of Salado and Salado ISD positions.
Three candidates are vying for two three-year terms on the Salado ISD Board of Trustees: Jeff Kelley, Darrell Street and write-in candidate Michael Matthews. We asked each of them the following questions:
Three candidates are running for two two-year terms on the Village of Salado Board of Aldermen: Frank Coachman and write-in candidates Amber Preston-Dankert and Linda Reynolds.