Campouts, live music and golf: Your September to-do list for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto – Community Impact Newspaper

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By Brooke Sjoberg, Brian Rash | 3:15 PM Sep 2, 2021 CDT
Round Rock ISD will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic Sept. 13 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Raymond E. Hartfield Performing Arts Center.
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The coalition said that TxDOT needs to factor in climate change, connectivity between East and West Austin, and impacts on local businesses to its proposal.
A temporary injunction against a subsection of the Comptroller’s rule change requested by the city of Round Rock was granted by a Travis County Civil District Court Aug. 31.
A public hearing for the creation of two reinvestment zones proposed for the same 1,187.5 acres of land has been called by Taylor City Council for Sept. 9
New Round Rock ISD CFO Dennis Covington works as the CFO for Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools. He is expected to start with RRISD before early October, according to the district.
The city last updated its transit plan in 2015. It will host two in-person meetings and currently has an online survey for the public to provide feedback.
Williamson County commissioners on Aug. 31 approved the county’s budget and total tax rate for its upcoming fiscal year.
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Illusion Beauty Salon is now open in Round Rock offering hair, nail and wax services to its customers.
Learn about some of the new laws going into effect this week.
A letter from the Texas comptroller shows state support for the Samsung’s semiconductor facility, which has filed applications for tax limitation agreements locally in Travis and Williamson Counties.
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