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Keith Hutchinson

Keith Hutchinson is the Public Communications Manager for the City of Georgetown.

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Update, March 24, 2017: This transit survey is now closed. Results from the transit survey will be presented at the City Council meeting on March 28. The City of Georgetown is launching a fixed-route transit service, also known as a bus service, in August. The new transit service includes four

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Next week on Monday through Friday, concrete bridge beams will be delivered at the Southwest Bypass bridge site in southwest Georgetown. Delivery of 120 precast bridge beams in convoys of six trucks at a time will lead to brief road closures on SH 29/University Avenue and on Leander Road at

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The 2017 Statewide Warrant Round-up is currently underway. Starting on Feb. 25, more than 300 law enforcement agencies in Texas will concentrate their efforts to find those with outstanding arrest warrants. Warrant Round-up is an annual multi-agency effort involving local law enforcement agencies in Texas. Law enforcement officers will be

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Education will be a focal point this year at the annual Black History Month Banquet in Georgetown on Feb. 18. The theme for the banquet this year is “The Crisis in Black Education: How to Empower, Enrich and Engage.” The 35th annual banquet is sponsored by the Georgetown Cultural Citizen

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The Citizen Police Academy is an eight-week course taught by police officers to educate citizens about all aspects of the Georgetown Police Department. Classes in the spring 2017 academy include code of criminal procedure, accident investigations, use of force, crime scene investigations, hostage negotiations, special weapons and tactics, and victim

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A civil and environmental engineer with more than 21 years of experience started yesterday as public works director, a new position for the City of Georgetown. Octavio Garza comes to Georgetown from the City of Waco where he had been the public works department director since 2014. In Georgetown, Garza

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The filing period starts today for candidates who wish to run for a seat on the Georgetown City Council. The places for District 2, District 6, and the mayor will be on the ballot for the election this spring. Keith Brainard is the current council member for District 2, Rachael

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The City of Georgetown is recruiting highly-qualified and dedicated individuals to serve as volunteers on one of Georgetown’s advisory boards or commissions.  The deadline to apply for a volunteer position is Friday, Jan. 6. Vacancies for volunteer positions need to be filled on the Building Standards Commission, Georgetown Transportation Enhancement

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City of Georgetown offices and facilities will be closed Friday, Dec. 23 and Monday, Dec. 26 in observance of the Christmas holiday. City offices also will be closed on Monday, Jan. 2 in observance of the New Year’s holiday. This includes the following: Animal Shelter, 110 W.L. Walden Drive City

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Camp Goodwater, a day-camp sponsored by Georgetown Parks and Recreation, offers a variety of programs for children during Georgetown ISD holiday breaks. Holiday camps are offered for students from ages 5 to 12, and may include activities such as swimming, gym games, trips to local parks, seasonal arts and crafts

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