Four candidates are seeking election to three seats (two year terms) on the Village of Salado Board of Aldermen: Rodney W. Bell, John Cole, Dr. Amber Preston-Dankert and Linda Reynolds.[Read more…]
Four candidates have filed for three two-year terms on the Village of Salado Board of Aldermen.: Rodney W. Bell, John Cole, Dr. Amber Preston-Dankert and Linda Reynolds.
The election will be May 4 with early voting April 22-30. Below is an introduction of the candidates.[Read more…]
Village of Salado Police responded to a 911 call at approximately 11:30 a.m. Sunday, April 7, 2019. The call came from family members who discovered the body of a 13 year old at their home.
Justice of the Peace Cliff Coleman pronounced the young man dead after responding to the call shortly after 12:30 p.m. He ordered an autopsy to be performed.
Police Chief Pat Boone said that the Salado Police Department is conducting an investigation into the death of the young man, but provided no other details at this time.
“Counselors will be available at the schools to meet with students individually and in groups tomorrow as well as over the coming days and weeks,” Dr. Novotny stated in the email. “Please contact the school office if you feel your child is in need of additional assistance; we have a list of school and community mental health resources.”
There is no announcement yet of a service for the young man. Salado Village Voice will post that announcement as soon as possible.
“If your child wishes to attend, we strongly encourage you to accompany him or her to the service,” Dr. Novotny stated. “If the funeral is scheduled during school hours, students who wish to attend will need parental permission to be released from school.”
(SALADO) The Village of Salado has named Pat Boone as the new Chief of Police for the Salado Police Department. The hiring of Boone was announced today by Village Administrator Don Ferguson.
Work began Feb. 25 to extend the Salado sewer collection system to the Salado ISD properties on Thomas Arnold Road and Williams Dr. even though the properties have not yet been annexed into the Village of Salado.[Read more…]
District 54 Representative Brad Buckley will hold a town hall meeting 6:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Salado Civic Center.[Read more…]
The Grace Jones Retrospective on Valentine’s Day featured two dozen outfits from Grace’s dress shop at 1 Royal Street. Grace opened the dress shop in the early 1960s. Ladies from around the world would come to Salado to be styled by Grace. Grace was a World War II Pilot in the WASPs, an early television and magazine model and settled in Salado to open her store. She died in 2008 but left an indelible mark on Salado. She was the first person that the Salado Chamber of Commerce entered into its Hall of Fame in 2002. The style show retrospective was a fundraiser for the Salado Museum.
The Village of Salado withdrew its plans to rezone the Mill Creek Country Club after it received an application for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to operate the golf course on the property that is currently zoned Single Family Residential.[Read more…]
After five terms on the Salado ISD Board of Trustees, Darrell Street is hanging up his spurs. He announced last week in the Salado Village Voice that he would not seek a sixth term on the board.[Read more…]
Salado Planning & Zoning Commissioners will recommend against three proposed zoning changes, two affecting private parks and the third affecting the Mill Creek Golf Course.[Read more…]