Presently, the City has no means to deal with those complaints outside the sanitation ordinance, and can only order cleanups if the “eyesores” cause health or sanitation issues.
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By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Candidates in the March Primary Elections got a shock last week when officials discovered voting tallies did not match. While reviewing the paperwork from last Tuesday’s election, Elections Administrator Pamela Ohlendorf found the number of votes counted did not match the number of individuals actually signed in to vote on […]
By Superintendent Susan K. Bohn’s estimates, when the attendance zones are implemented for the next school year, upwards of 1,200 elementary school students will change campuses.
St. Leger bests Kimbrough for Democratic nod
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER As the Lockhart Independent School District continues to grow, the LISD Board of Trustees has big decisions to make. The largest and hardest of those will be determining how to assign children to the District’s five elementary schools. On Monday, representatives of a community-based Attendance Zone Committee presented a preliminary […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER The Caldwell County Show Barn comes alive this week as hundreds of local youth prepare for the 39th annual Caldwell County Junior Livestock Show and Sale. With a full weekend of family friendly activities, the Caldwell County Fair Association hopes to bring a new level of interest and understanding about […]
Bunker noted during his mayorship and subsequent recovery from a back surgery and a series of personal setbacks, he has “maxed out [his] credit cards, and sometimes [he is] tired and it shows.”
The currently drawn UIL District 26-5A, which includes Marble Falls, Dripping Springs, Boerne and Kerrville, promises Lockhart students more than 1,000 round-trip miles per sports season.
Through the partnership with the City of Lockhart and Seton, Caldwell County would be responsible for half of the replacement cost, or $99,625, an expense that the Court did not factor into the budget for this fiscal year.
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER As the clock ticks down to the Super Tuesday Primary, candidates across Caldwell County are making a last minute push to garner support. In most cases, that final push can be costly. In the race on the Republican primary ballot for Precinct One Commissioner, Hoppy Haden has raised more funds […]