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Keith Hutchinson

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

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The W.D. Kelley Foundation announced this week that it has named Eric Lashley, director of the Georgetown Public Library, as the recipient of the 2018 W.D. Kelley Leadership Award. The award acknowledges and celebrates extraordinary leaders in the nonprofit community in Georgetown. The award comes with a grant in the

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Georgetown Utility Systems is launching a new utility billing system Aug. 6 that will allow customers to manage their usage and pay bills more effectively. The new system will allow customers to receive bills via text or email, get payment reminders and alerts, and have more control over credit card

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The first segment of Southwest Bypass will be opened to traffic on Wednesday, July 18 after a ceremony by the City of Georgetown. The ribbon cutting event is at 9 a.m. Southwest Bypass provides a north-south connection on the west side of Georgetown from DB Wood Road to Leander Road.

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Georgetown will officially be powered with 100 percent renewable solar- and wind-generated energy on Sunday, July 1, when the city begins receiving electricity from the Buckthorn solar plant in West Texas.  The 154 megawatt solar farm, owned by NRG Yield and operated by NRG Renewables, provides power for the City utility,

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The City of Georgetown has lifted the boil water notice for affected customers in the area north of Liberty Hill. This notification will be hand-delivered to all customers in the affected area. For a map of the boil water notice area, please click here. This past weekend there was a

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Georgetown Utility Systems is asking for a suspension of all outdoor irrigation for areas in the Western District, formerly called the Chisholm Trail SUD. This weekend there was a large pump failure that reduced pumping capacity in the Western District. A reduction in outdoor irrigation in the Western District is

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The City of Georgetown is issuing a boil water notice for some customers in the Georgetown Utility System service area. The affected subdivisions include: Barmor Inc., Bear Creek Country Estates, Bear Creek Ranch, Bridle Gate, Carriage Oaks Estates, Cierra Springs, Cierra Vista, Clearwater Ranch, Estates At Northgate, Hidden Meadows Of

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Georgetown Utility Systems water customers along Hwy. 29 west of DB Wood are experiencing service interruption due to a water pump outage. Landscape irrigation is making the situation worse. Pump repairs are in progress. The repair may take up to two weeks to complete. Customers in the affected area are

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Yesterday the U.S. Census Bureau released population estimates showing that Georgetown is ranked sixth on the list of fastest-growing cities in the country with a population of more than 50,000. Georgetown’s growth rate was 5.4 percent from July 1, 2016, through July 1, 2017, resulting in a population estimate of

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The Williamson County Elections office as of 10:04 p.m. on May 5 has posted final unofficial voting results for the City Council election on May 5 in Georgetown. These are the unofficial voting results as of 10:04 p.m. with 27 of 27 polling locations reporting: Race Candidate Votes Percent District

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