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As your Williamson County Judge, I just want to say thank you. What I have seen our county and our community do in these last days has been just amazing and humbling. I also want you to know as members of the community that your Williamson County senior staff actually began the conversation …

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Today is the first day of Sunshine Week – March 15-21. Sunshine Week is a national initiative spearheaded by the American Society of News Editors to educate the public about the importance of open government and the dangers of excessive and unnecessary secrecy. It began in 2005.

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This bi-monthly column is generally devoted to a discussion of current CIP projects in the city of Taylor. This week, however, we want to focus on the 2020 Census and why it is so important to count every resident of the city of Taylor this year.

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There is a misconception that the media started the COVID-19 virus panic. I assure you there is not a group of journalists sitting in a room creating an illness to generate clicks or newspaper sales.

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As your Williamson County Judge, I just want to say thank you. What I have seen our county and our community do in these last days has been just amazing and humbling. I also want you to know as members of the community that your Williamson County senior staff actually began the conversation …

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Today is the first day of Sunshine Week – March 15-21. Sunshine Week is a national initiative spearheaded by the American Society of News Editors to educate the public about the importance of open government and the dangers of excessive and unnecessary secrecy. It began in 2005.

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Last week, I attended the Truly Haunted Inc. town hall meeting at Black Sparrow in downtown. The event drew an enormous crowd, which I’m not sure was expected. While I was there, someone asked me, “Do you think this is good for Taylor?”

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This bi-monthly column is generally devoted to a discussion of current CIP projects in the city of Taylor. This week, however, we want to focus on the 2020 Census and why it is so important to count every resident of the city of Taylor this year.

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Today, March 1, marks one year since I took over as the publisher of the Taylor Press. And what a year it has been.

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This month, we want to be sure that everyone is counted in Taylor during the 2020 Census. Every 10 years the Census Bureau counts the population of our country and this is important because the information collected determines how public funds are allocated in our communities for the next 10…

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Originally, I was going to use this space to only talk about the new lettering policy at Taylor High School, but then there was an altercation at the boys’ basketball game.

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It’s election season, which means more people will be vocal – wait, I think I used this lede before.

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On Sunday, Jan. 26, the world learned of the tragic deaths of Sarah Chester, Gianna Bryant, Payton Chester, Keri Altobelli, John Altobelli, Christina Mauser, Ara Zobayan, Alyssa Altobelli and Kobe Bryant.

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On Wednesday, the city held an official groundbreaking for the new Dickey-Givens Community Center. The building will be in Fannie Robinson Park near the pavilion. This is the site that was once occupied by The Chicken Shack.

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This week our social media question returned on the Taylor Press Facebook page after a holiday hiatus. The question is about the new gateway sign. We expected some “strong” responses to the question, but the answers kind of went down a rabbit hole – better yet an excavator hole.

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When something tragic happens and it receives national headlines, people always say, “That won’t ever happen here.”

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