Apr 30 2016
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Open House Set at Quail Point to Discuss Goals for the City

Plan now to attend an open house at Quail Point on either May 3rd from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. or May 11th from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M. to express your opinions on what goals the City’s Long Range Plan should include for the future of Horseshoe Bay and then vote on their priority.These open houses are sponsored by the City Council appointed Long Range Planning Committee to insure every resident has an

Early Voting Begins May 7

Early Voting for the May 7, 2016 Joint Local Election starts Monday, April 25th and runs through Tuesday, May 3rd. The City of Llano has a six candidates running for three Alderman spots. The Llano Independent School District is conducting a Trustee Election for Place 2, Place 6 and Place 7.Voters may cast their ballots at any of the three Llano County Early Voting locations. Days and times are

Seton Gala 2016--“Bobby Socks and Classy Chassis” 25Th Anniversary Gala

Preparations are underway for the Seton Gala 2016 “Bobby Socks and Classy Chassis,” which is scheduled for October 6, 2016. This will be the 25th anniversary of the Horseshoe Bay Seton Associates Gala, and the event will be held under the tent on the lawn at the beautiful Escondido Golf and Lake Club. The evening promises to be fun-filled with classic cars, classy driven-in food, and a soda shop

Earth Day Expo Set For Friday, April 22

Rain or shine, Earth Day Expo, 2016, will be held at Quail Point on Friday, April 22nd from 10:00 until 2:00. Working together, the HSB POA, City of HSB and the HSB Business Alliance are bringing to the community a wealth of experience and expertise from organic gardening to proper disposal of medicines. From 10:00- 11:15 speakers, arranged by Bill Teeter of the City of HSB, will inform the

Schilling exits race for county sheriff, but will remain on ballot

James Schilling has bowed out of the race for Llano County Sheriff, but he could still win a May 24 Republican Party runoff in the race.Schilling announced in a press release, which was received Wednesday morning, that he is no longer running for sheriff. He is one of two candidates for the position in the Republican Party runoff, which also includes incumbent Bill Blackburn.However, Cindy Ware,