Council member Chuck Branch reviewed the city’s proposed budget and tax rate at a forum hosted by McKinney Tea Party.
Why won’t the city release an important public document?
After a supreme court ruling, long delay, and plenty of discussion, Houston’s rain tax will be on the ballot again […]
Known as the man arrested for clapping, Amarillo’s Kip Billups may be facing jail time for protesting the city’s homeless regulations.
Since July, public comment has been regulated, as per a motion by Councilwoman Beth Watson. The motion is known among the public as “Beth’s Rules.”
After proposing a tax increase at Tuesday’s board meeting, Ector County ISD trustees look at giving a TRE another try.
Feeling it was in the “best interest of the district,” ECISD Superintendent Tom Crowe has formally resigned.
Austin City Council approved an MLS stadium, but a pending lawsuit may upend the entire plan.
District officials may face civil and criminal liability for paying district employees to vote.
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