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Community Impact News

At no cost to taxpayers, the southern portion of SH 130 will get $60M in repairs

A 41-mile section of SH 130 southeast of Austin will undergo $60 million in repairs over the next year. The SH 130 Concession Co. operates this section of the tollway from SH 45 SE near Mustang Ridge to I-10 in Seguin. The Texas Department of Transportation owns and operates the portion of the tollway north of SH 45 SE to Georgetown. Work will include removing 4-8 feet of soil below the roadway and replacing it with more stable material before laying new pavement. Workers will also install material to move moisture away from the roadway to avoid pavement issues.

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City of Georgetown accepting grant proposals for art, cultural events

Local art and culture projects happening over the next year are eligible to receive funding through grants from the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board. The board is accepting grant proposals for events and projects taking place Dec. 1-Sept. 30, 2018 involving art, music, theater and culture heritage events and projects. Nonprofit organizations, schools, informal groups and individual artists who create public art or are holding events open to the public are all eligible, according to a city statement. Fine arts librarian Dana Hendrix said the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board has not set a maximum amount for the current round […]

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Williamson County to hold a household hazardous waste collection day on Sept. 30

Williamson County residents unsure of how to dispose of household hazardous waste will be pleased to hear that the county and Houston-based Waste Management, a disposal company, will host a free waste collection event Sept. 30 at the Williamson County Expo Center. The event takes place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Residents are invited to bring their items to the Expo Center at 5350 Bill Pickett Trail, Taylor. The county asks that participants bring products in original containers with labels, if possible, and to avoid mixing or consolidating products. While household cleaning products, indoor pesticides, automotive products and painting supplies […]

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