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Check agendas and websites to see if the following government meetings are in person, virtual, or both. Agendas are posted 72 hours before a meeting so are not always ready by the time this list is published. Check links for more information.

Monday, March 6

Burnet County Commissioners Court

10 a.m. special meeting

Second-floor courtroom, Burnet County Courthouse, 220 S. Pierce, Burnet

On the agenda:

  • discussion and action regarding overtime for nine employees completing training at the Burnet County Jail
  • reappointment of Brad Beneski, Tommy Skinner, and John Banton to Emergency Services District No. 5

Marble Falls ISD Board of Trustees

6 p.m. special meeting

Central Office Community Room, 1800 Colt Circle, Marble Falls

On the agenda:

The board will meet in executive session to consult with its attorney before reconvening to open session to name the lone finalist for the superintendent position. 

Tuesday, March 7

Marble Falls City Council

6 p.m. regular meeting

Council Chambers at City Hall, 800 Third St., Marble Falls

On the agenda:

  • update from the engineering department
  • public hearing, discussion, and possible action regarding a rezoning request near the Panther Hollow apartment complex
  • approval of an amendment to increase the total contract for the Nature Heights Extension Project by roughly $50,000 for additional round-about design services at the intersection of Mormon Mill Road

Granite Shoals City Council

6 p.m. special meeting

Council Chambers, City Hall, 2221 N. Phillips Ranch Road, Granite Shoals

The meeting is to review the job performance of interim city manager Peggy Smith and consider giving her the permanent job. 

The agenda wasn’t available at the time of publication. Check the city’s website for more information.

Highland Haven Board of Alderman

7 p.m. regular meeting

Community Center, 118 Blackbird Drive, Highland Haven

On the agenda:

  • review assignments for the city’s planning and zoning commission
  • provide legislative updates
  • mayor’s report on the city’s accounting software conversion project

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