Proposed $10.55 million sewer bond election to be decided on Nov. 4
Early voting starts on Oct. 20
The Village of Salado will host a Town Hall meeting on the proposed Sewer Bond election at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Salado Intermediate School. The meeting was originally slated for Oct. 23 at the same location but was moved late in the day yesterday, after the print edition of the Salado Village Voice newspaper was printed and mailed.
Early voting begins for the November election on Oct. 20 at several locations in Bell County.
The sewer bond proposal is at the bottom of a long ballot of state, region and county elections. Also on the ballot for Salado voters is a proposal for the “legal sale of beer and wine.”
While they may be at the bottom of the ballot, two local option elections have the piqued interest of Salado voters as Early Voting begins on Oct. 20: one concerning the Village of Salado issuing up to $10.55 million in bonds for construction of a sewer system and another concerning the legal sale of beer and wine.
The final town hall meeting on the proposed $10.55 million bond election to build a sewer system for parts of Salado will be held at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Salado Intermediate School.
Early voting begins on Oct. 20 with several locations at which Bell County voters can cast their ballots: Salado Civic Center, 601 North Main, Salado; Bell County Courthouse Annex, 550 East 2nd Ave, Belton; Bell County Annex, 301 Priest Drive, Killeen; Killeen Community Center, 2201 East Veterans Memorial Blvd, Killeen; Bell County Annex, 205 East Central Ave, Temple and the Parks & Recreation Center, 307 Millers Crossing, Harker Heights.
Early voting hours will be 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 20-24; noon-5 p.m. Oct. 26 and 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 25 and Oct. 27-31.
Election day, voters will go to their respective precinct polling location. Precinct 203 voters will cast their ballots 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 4 at the Salado Church of Christ Activity Center, 225 North Church St.
Also on the ballot this fall are these:
Proposition: “The constitutional amendment providing for the use and dedication of certain money transferred to state highway fund to assist in the completion of transportation construction, maintenance and rehabilitation projects, not to include toll roads.”
U.S. Senator: John Cornyn, David M. Alameel, Emily “Spicybrown” Sanchez and Rebecca Paddock
U.S. Rep., District 31: John R. Carter, Louie Minor, Scott J. Ballard
Governor: Greg Abbott, Wendy R. Davis, Brandon Parmer, Kathie Glass.
Lt. Governor: Dan Patrick, Leticia Van de Putte, Chandrakantha Courtney, Robert D. Butler.
Attorney General: Ken Paxton, Sam Houston, Jamar Osborne, Jamie Balagia.
Comptroller of Public Accounts: Glenn Hegar, Mike Collier, Deb Shafto, Ben Sanders
Land Commissioner: George P. Bush, John Cook, Valerie Alessi, Justin Knight
Ag Commissioner: Sid Miller, Jim Hogan, Kenneth Kendrick, David (Rocky) Palmquist
Railroad Commissioner: Ryan Sitton, Steve Brown, Martina Salinas, Mark A. Miller
Chief Justice, Supreme Court: Nathan Hecht, William Moody, Tom Oxford
Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6: Jeff Brown, Lawrence Edward Meyers, Mark Ash
Justice Supreme Court, Place 7:Jeff Boyd, Gina Benavides, Charles E. Waterbury, Don Fulton
Justice Supreme Court, Place 8: Phil Johnson, Jim Chisolm, RS Roberto Koelsch
Judge Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3: Bert Richardson, John Granberg, Mark W. Bennett
Judge Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4: Kevin Patrick Yeary, Judith Sanders-Castro, Quanah Parker
Judge Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9: David Newell, George Joseph Altgelt, William Bryan Strange, III
Chief Justice, Third Court of Appeals District: Jeff Rose, Diane Henson
Running unopposed are these: State Rep. Dist. 54 Jimmie Don Aycock; 169th District Judge Gordon G. Adams; 264th District Judge Martha J. “Janie” Trudo; County Judge Jon H. Burrows; County Court at Law Judges: Judge Jeanne Parker (#1), John Mischtian (#2), Rebecca DePew (#3).; District Clerk Joanna Flores Staton; County Clerk Shelley Coston; County Treasurer Charles E. Jones; County Commissioner #2 Tim Brown, Justice of the Peace #2 Don Engleking.