U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is expected to give the Village of Salado its final opinion on the biological assessment for the sewer system next week.
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.
Much has been made of how much or how little the disannexed property owners will pay in property taxes if an election for the disannexation of a large portion of the Village of Salado is successful on May 6. But what about those who are left behind?
Funeral services for Victoria “Tori” C. DeKay, 17, of Belton, will be held at 11:00 AM Saturday, April 22, 2017, at Temple Bible Church, 3205 Oakview Drive in Temple with Rev. Tom Robins, Rev. Steve Vaughn and Ed Gillispie officiating. A private burial will follow.
A Salado High School senior was killed in an automobile accident last night in Cedar Park.
Saladoans are invited to the annual Easter Sunrise Service, beginning at 7 a.m. April 16 in Salado’s Pace Park.
Judy Fields Born and raised in Odessa, Texas. Married, three children. EDUCATION: Odessa High School; Texas Western College (UTEP) CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: Salado Resident 10 years: • Salado Historical Society—Director 7 years • Ladies Auxiliary—10 years • Salado Area Republican Women • Citizens Emergency Response Team • Citizens On Patrol • Tourism Board–4 years •Offer Free Tours […]
If the disannexation election is successful on May 6, it is likely to be litigated. One issue will be whether the disannexed properties will be liable for their pro rate share of the $8.2 million in bonds sold for the Salado sewer system.
Questions about the metes and bounds of the proposed disannexation area arose at the April 8 town forum on Disannexation. The questions may linger long after the May 6 election, to be finally determined by the courts.