Is the Bastrop City Council fast tracking a major revamp the city’s Ethics Ordinance? We sure hope we’re wrong, but that is what it feels like to us. A “final draft proposal” is on the agenda of the full Council meeting tomorrow night. It starts at 6:30 pm at Bastrop City Hall. You can also […]Continue Reading
Yesterday’s historic runoff for the Bastrop City Council Place 3 seat resulted in a very decisive win for Lyle Nelson — 59%, 361 votes — over Lee Harle. Congrats to Lyle, his family, his neighbors in Hunters Crossing and Riverside Grove, and to the entire Bastrop community! This is a big win for the entire […]Continue Reading
Reminder for you city of Bastrop Voters. Early voting in the historic Place 3 runoff for Bastrop City Council ended on Tuesday. Election Day is this Saturday. Here is why we support Lyle Nelson. It’s pretty simple. Lyle is clearly committed to transparency at City Hall, a prerequisite for good government. Cedar Creek (Bastrop County) […]Continue Reading
The long awaited runoff for the Bastrop City Council, Place 3 is coming with Early Voting starting Monday, June 5th and Election Day on Saturday, June 17th.
This is the first runoff election in the City of Bastrop’s history!
We are supporting Lyle Nelson in this runoff.Continue Reading
We took some snippets of the swearing in ceremony of newly elected Bastrop Mayor Connie Schroeder and Council member Place 4 Bill Ennis. Schroeder was a class act and so was Ennis. We let Ennis know that even if we didn’t support him we have every intention of working with him, especially in light of […]Continue Reading