The Blanco Independent School District continues to make the safety and security of our students and staff a priority. Social media has become a common place for inappropriate use and potential dangers. Parents as well as community members are invited to attend this important presentation at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in the Blanco High School cafeteria.
As a follow up to a recent presentation made by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Johnson City, Blanco ISD will host a sess ...
“Blanco County 911, what is your emergency?” Words many hear at some point during their most dire situations. The voice behind the words is a nameless and faceless dispatcher acting as the lifeline for the caller and then engaging and assisting emergency responders as they navigate to the situation.
Surrounded by eight screens that manage active calls for the eight county emergency agencies, locate callers and control jail security, dispatchers are the ultimate multi-taskers during thei ...
As I approach the end of serving in this office for a year, this milestone seemed a good opportunity for reflection on the history of the town. I started with the basics and reviewed the ordinances back to the very beginning that form the structural foundation of our town is governed.
What is interesting is that what we are working on today is much the same work as what our forefathers worked on, such as ad valorem and sanitation ordinances.
A candidate’s forum featuring individuals seeking city of Blanco councilmember positions has been scheduled for Tuesday, April 17, 2018. The event will take place at 6 p.m. upstairs in the Old Blanco County Courthouse Courtroom.
The moderator will be Libbey Aly, who will accept questions from attendees and monitor timed responses.
Incumbents Martha Gosnell, Martin Sauceda and Tony Vela, and resident Susan Moore are vying for two seats on the city council.