Election Day is Tues. November 8 – polls open 7am to 7pm. If you live in the Manor area, the polling locations are
Precinct #105 at the Manor ISD Administration Building located on Highway 290 East; Precinct #106 located at the Travis County Sheriff’s East Office located at 7811 Burleson-Manor Road; Precinct #107 located at New Sweden Lutheran Church located at 12809 New Sweden Church Rd; and Precinct #154 located at Bluebonnet Trail Elementary School at 11316 Farmhaven Rd.
There are 10 constitutional amendments to be voted upon. (Texas voters have approved 457 amendments to the Texas Constitution since its adoption in 1876. ) Of special interest to Travis County residents are two bond propositions: Proposition 1 = $132,840,000 of road bonds including road drainage, bike lanes and sidewalks, and replacement/improvement of road bridges and Proposal 2 = $82,105,000 in bonds for constructing/improving county parks and the acquisition of land for open space park land, conservation easements, to retain/protect natural, science or open-space values of real property. Mobile Voting = Mon. October 31 from 9am to noon at MISD Administration Building. See attachment for other mobile voting locations during early voting – Mon. October 24 – Fri. November 4.
City Council Wrap Up
Council also heard from the Manor Lions who requested that the city waive the water bill in an amount equal to the cost incurred by the Lions to repair damage caused by crews working on a water main next to the Lions Hall. The Lions Club had filed a claim with the city insurance but had that claim was denied. Council members were advised by legal that there was some information that they could consider to help make a decision. The council members elected to discuss and vote on the request behind closed doors in executive session.
After one city council members front yard was swamped by a water break it was discovered that some required maintenance equipment has been in disrepair and in need of replacement. Council was not clear on whether or not the replacement cost was budgeted in.
The city council voted against the building of sidewalks along the north end of Lexington anticipating the realignment of Lexington in five years.The results of the closed door session will be posted as we get the details.
When: Wed, June 8, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Where: City Hall
When: Wed, June 15, 7pm – 8pm
Where: City Hall
Davies deflects Stormy
64 to 35, Rebecca Davies defeated Stormy Stuard in the race for the Place 5 seat on the Manor City Council. The seats for Mayor, Place 1 and Place 3 on the council, were uncontested.
Manor holds it’s election tomorrow for the single contested seat on the city council, place 5, between Rebecca Davies and Stormy Stuard. Get involved vote.
Manor City Council Meeting
The manor city council meets this Wednesday April 20th at 7 p.m. This weeks meeting promises to be very interesting. the council is scheduled to discuss pending litigation , Hotel Occupancy Tax, Discussion of the Manor Commons Amended and Restated Project as well as a potential short-term water supply agreements with Golf Works Inc.
Manor will be holding its city council elections on May 14th. With Place 1 council man Jim Hooker, Place 3 council woman Rita Jonse and Mayor Jeff Turner unopposed, only place 5 stands as a contested position between Rebecca Davies and Stormy Stuard.