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Wastewater leaks into Lake LBJ

Up to 50,000 gallons of wastewater leaked into Lake LBJ from busted KMUD line

A leak in a Kingsland Municipal Utility District line has resulted in up to 50,000 gallons of wastewater flowing into Lake LBJ. Someone spotting bubbles around the waterline near the RR 1431 bridge on July 27 and contacted the Lower Colorado River Authority, which relayed the information to KMUD, according to Anita LaBier, the Kingsland […]

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HIGHLAND LAKES ELECTIONS: Longtime council member unseated

HIGHLAND LAKES ELECTIONS: Longtime council member unseated

FROM STAFF REPORTS GRANITE SHOALS — The Granite Shoals City Council will get three new members after the May 5 election that saw voters unseat a longtime councilwoman. (more…)

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Municipal and school district elections in Burnet, Llano counties

Municipal and school district elections in Burnet, Llano counties

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — While not as “glamorous” as the major party primaries or the November gubernatorial election, local municipal and school district elections affect residents’ daily lives from property taxes to zoning ordinances. (more…)

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KMUD board cancels May election

KINGSLAND — The Kingsland Municipal Utility District has canceled a May 8 election for three seats on the board because only three candidates are running. Only incumbents filed to run, including Place 3 Director Chuck Henicke, Place 4 Director Larry Denney (also the board vice president) and Place 5 Director Lorean Sindelar. The filing period […]

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KMUD wants details on card payments

KINGSLAND — The Kingsland Municipal Utility District board wants to have more facts before deciding whether to accept credit card payments from customers. “We cannot make any (payment) changes if we do not know all the answers,” board President Mary Ann Hefner said during the meeting Monday.   The board wants more details from the […]

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