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Joseph Magnano has his work cut out for him. He will spend much of July attending to the back of the oldest building on the historic downtown square, 711 S. Main Street. He began work in June beautifying this uninspiring 23 x 15 foot wall, and has already made strides on the stucco

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The City of Georgetown will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, July 15 to gather community input on the Downtown West project. The meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. in the Hewlett Room at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth Street. The Downtown West project involves the redevelopment of

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The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers is releasing water from Lake Georgetown due to high lake levels caused by recent rainfall. A release rate over approximately 250 cubic feet per second will close the low water crossings along the Randy Morrow Trail. Please do not attempt to cross any part

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Changes to development standards and procedures for properties in the Historic Overlay District or for properties listed on the Historic Resource Survey take effect on July 1. The changes were approved by the City Council in May after a 12-month review and public input process. The changes to the Unified

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A new neighborhood splash pad opens at San Jose Park on Thursday, July 2. The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department will hold a grand opening for the new splash pad at 10 a.m. on July 2 at San Jose Park, 1707 San Jose Street. The park is near the intersection

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ArchivedCity HallPlanning and Development

An expansion of the Williamson County Courthouse National Register Historic District will be considered at a meeting of the Historic and Architectural Review Commission on June 25. The meeting is at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber and Court Building at 101 E. Seventh Street. The proposal before HARC includes

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The Texas Society of Sculptors holds their eighth annual summer show in the Georgetown Public Library June 28-September 25.  The pieces pictured here, Contemplation by Julie Kemper (above right), and Infinite Possibilities by Joe Kenney (lower left), are two of about 60 works of art included in the exhibit, which is hosted

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ArchivedCity HallFire Department

The Georgetown Fire Department and The Caring Place are teaming up with Family Eldercare for the 2015 Summer Fan Drive. The goal of this 25th annual event is to collect new fans for low-income residents including seniors, people with disabilities, and families with children. The fan drive started May 1

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The City of Georgetown will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, June 16 to provide project details for Second Street rehabilitation and utility improvements. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. at the office of KPA Engineers at 1008 S. Main Street. The proposed improvements include the reconstruction of Second

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ArchivedCity HallFire DepartmentPolice Services

The Georgetown Police Department announces it has joined SafeTrade, a national initiative for safely completing online transactions when meeting in person. SafeTrade is a simple program for police departments to encourage transactions at their facilities and for users to insist on “SafeTrade” by conducting their transactions only at a local

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