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Keith Hutchinson

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

ArchivedCity HallFire Department

The Georgetown Fire Department dedicated the new Fire Station 2 on Williams Drive this morning. (Click on photos for a larger version.) Elected officials and community members joined the Fire Department to open the new station. The facility was open for tours after the ceremony. The Georgetown Fire Department Pipes and

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ArchivedFire DepartmentPolice Services

As the funeral procession for former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle passed through Georgetown today shortly before noon, members of the Georgetown community as well as the Fire and Police departments and EMS gathered to honor him. [youtube]http://youtu.be/0jbxoabNy2Q?t=1s[/youtube] Kyle was buried today at the Texas State Cemetery in Austin.

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Animal ServicesArchivedCity Hall

The City of Georgetown Animal Shelter is looking for good homes for some semi-wild cats. They are not really suited to indoor living, but can earn their keep and be perfectly happy as barn cats. Jackie Carey, animal services manager, says 19 cats were recently taken from a home in

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ArchivedCity HallMain Street

For the 11th consecutive year, the Georgetown Main Street Program was recognized with national accreditation. The honor was conferred last week at the winter meeting of the Texas Historical Commission’s Texas Main Street Program. Georgetown was one of 67 accredited Main Street programs in Texas that were recognized at the

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Parks & Rec Projects

This item would provide funds for the purchase of parkland on the west side of Interstate 35 for active recreation, including elements such as soccer fields, baseball fields, softball fields, and football fields.

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Parks & Rec Projects

This item would fund the purchase of land for parks or preserves. Possible areas include land that would serve as a buffer around existing or future parkland, sensitive areas such as natural springs or habitat for endangered species, or land that connects other parcels of parkland.

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Parks & Rec Projects

This item would provide funding for new hike and bike trails.

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Parks & Rec Projects

This item would fund improvements to San Gabriel Park, including an outdoor amphitheater that could be used for performances, festivals, or other special events. Below are conceptual drawings of ideas for a proposed outdoor amphitheater and special events area in San Gabriel Park.

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Parks & Rec Projects

This item would provide $10 million in set-aside funding for the future development of a master-planned park. In 2004, Jack and Cammy Garey announced that they were donating their 525-acre ranch, including their estate home, to the City of Georgetown to become a future City park. Their gift also includes

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Road Projects

This project would fund the widening of Berry Creek Drive in the 0.7-mile segment from Airport Road to SH 195. (Click on map for larger image.)

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