Dear Editor: Congratulations Salado!
To the Editor: After your first 2016 Jewel references to College Hill’s dependence on youth, it was appropriate that young Royce Wiggin represented your staff as the only occupant at the full-house press table at another marathon evening meeting on Jan. 21.
To the Editor: In an earlier edition of the Salado Village Voice a letter was published as a “Thank You” to Josh Kubiak of the Kubota tractor dealership in Temple, Texas, for the loan to “The Salado Village Volunteers,” of a 60 inch, zero turn, commercial lawn mower. The letter was submitted with the title […]
To the Editor: After months of off and on again negotiations, executive meetings, about agreements on the sewer land donation, building of the sewer plant, drafting boundaries, tax abatements, and countless studies, final legal paperwork was completed and signed between Mayor Blancett and the Sanctuary owner on November 26, 2015. All well and good for […]
Young man stops to help elderly To the Editor: Just a note to say a big “Thank You and “God bless” to a guardian angel, Ronnie Cloud.
Privilege to live in Salado To the Editor: What a joy it is to drive and walk through our beautiful village during the Christmas season.
Dear Editor: It is such a blessing to call Salado my home town. Our little town is filled with the most generous people. I have been involved with Salado Family Relief for 10 years now, and I am always amazed with the local support. I want to thank all the local Restaurants and Bed & […]
To the Editor: My family and I were in a terrible car accident in Bastrop County on Nov. 27. Our daughter, Addie, was taken by helicopter to Brackenridge in Austin while Rick and I were brought in by ambulance.
To the Editor: For the third time in the last few days Main Street and side streets are jammed with freeway traffic, further crippling our Village and businesses, not to mention emergency traffic flow. The state tells us that 1500 people are moving to Texas every day from the overcrowded north, yet we continue to […]
To the Editor: I have no idea if you have any influence in the construction process and associated traffic, but I’m sending this to you either way. The decision to have that much road work around the thanksgiving holiday is absolutely absurd. My family and I sat in traffic forever on our way home. Someone […]