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Two bats found in Meadowlakes test positive for rabies

FROM STAFF REPORTS MEADOWLAKES — City officials are urging residents to beware of wild animals acting abnormally and take precautions to protect themselves and their pets after two bats found in Meadowlakes tested positive for rabies. (more…)

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Leroy Lilley, 56, of Meadowlakes was arrested April 4 on two counts of continuous sexual abuse of a child.

Meadowlakes man arrested on child sexual abuse charges

FROM STAFF REPORTS MEADOWLAKES — Burnet County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a 59-year-old Meadowlakes man April 4 and charged him with sexually assaulting three children over the span of several years. (more…)

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A $58,000 grant from the Lower Colorado River Authority to the cities of Marble Falls and Meadowlakes will help irrigate the Hidden Falls Golf Course in Meadowlakes as well as give Marble Falls a place to dispense its effluent water. File photo

With LCRA grant, Meadowlakes can use Marble Falls effluent on golf course

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO MARBLE FALLS — Meadowlakes and Marble Falls teamed up to land a grant that will help both municipalities address effluent water needs, but from different angles. (more…)

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In a deal with Marble Falls, Meadowlakes will use treated wastewater from the neighboring city to irrigate its Hidden Falls Golf Course. File photo

Meadowlakes makes deal with Marble Falls to irrigate golf course

CONNIE SWINNEY • STAFF WRITER MEADOWLAKES — Meadowlakes is collaborating with Marble Falls to use treated wastewater to irrigate its golf course, officials say. On Feb. 21, Marble Falls City Council approved the deal with the city of Meadowlakes for a 10-year contract that would supplement the gated community’s current system of irrigating the Meadowlakes-owned […]

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Skunk caught in Meadowlakes tests positive for rabies

FROM STAFF REPORTS MEADOWLAKES — The city of Meadowlakes is urging residents to be cautious around wild animals “acting out of the ordinary.” On Jan. 20, the Meadowlakes animal control officer had a skunk, captured in the city limits, tested for rabies. The test came back positive, leading city officials to ask residents to be […]

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Meadowlakes city leaders seek input on potential police agency

CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF MEADOWLAKES — In a walk through the neighborhood, residents such as Dee Nolen take their time to enjoy the pace of the bedroom community; however, on occasion, Nolen has noticed motorists who disrupt the tranquil setting. “I was walking one night (on the main thoroughfare), and some kid was just […]

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Elections results from across Burnet County: old and new faces and one tie

FROM STAFF REPORTS BURNET — Voters across Burnet County chose new faces and picked a few familiar ones for local councils and school boards. One of the most recognizable faces on the Granite Shoals city council is on the way back. Last year, Shirley King had to step down from the council due to term […]

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Water conservation steps vary among Highland Lakes cities

CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF  MEADOWLAKES — While area communities launch into once-a-week mandatory watering restrictions, one lakeside community utilizes more than 200-year-old water rights to set its own water-management plan and avoid restriction edicts from the Lower Colorado River Authority. “We’re kind of unusual to some extent here,” Meadowlakes City Manager Johnnie Thompson said. […]

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Crews contain Meadowlakes house fire; no injuries reported

DANIEL CLIFTON • PICAYUNE EDITOR MEADOWLAKES — A fireplace apparently caused a blaze at a Meadowlakes residence Feb. 2 that damaged a portion of the home, officials said. Marble Falls Area Volunteer Fire Department crews, along with several other agencies, responded to a report of a house fire in the 300 block of Stewart Street at […]

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Investigators ID young suspects in Meadowlakes vehicle burglaries

FROM STAFF REPORTS MEADOWLAKES — Authorities say they have recovered items, including a firearm, and identified two suspects in a string of December vehicle burglaries in the gated Meadowlakes community. The case involving two males, described as in their late teens and early 20s, is expected to be presented to the Burnet County attorney’s office […]

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Meadowlakes phases out ‘lifetime memberships’ at Hidden Falls Golf Club

CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF MEADOWLAKES — With an eye toward improving an ailing budget, Hidden Falls Golf Club officials approved monthly payments for “lifetime memberships” established before the city purchased the facility. The city of Meadowlakes acquired the golf facility in 2008, and, at the time, the council chose to honor so-called “lifetime” contractual […]

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