Monday, April 15, 2024

EA Hoppe to take over as City Manager

City Council appointed EA Hoppe to serve as City Manager in the wake of the resignation of Mark McDaniel, who served in that capacity for the past four years. Hoppe will transition into the new role on June 1.

New City Council convenes tonight

Kerrville's newly constituted City Council will convene on Tuesday evening, May 11, at 6 PM to canvass the election and swear in newly-elected candidate Roman Garcia, as well as re-elected candidate Kim Clarkson. The pair, serving on Place 1 and 2, respectively,...

City Manager Mark McDaniel announces retirement

On the first business day following the municipal election, City Manager Mark McDaniel has announced his retirement, effective June 1. He has served in this position since March 2017 -- just over four years. "After a 35 year...

Garcia defeats Summerlin

Roman Garcia defeated Mary Ellen Summerlin for Place 1 on Kerrville's City Council. A large Saturday turnout helped push the race comfortably in Garcia's favor after having led by around 100 votes after early and mail-in ballots were counted.

How many voters will turn out on election day?

As we await the results of the 2021 municipal election on a rainy Saturday -- Election Day -- let's discuss historical early versus election day turnout percentages. How many people typically show up to vote on election day versus how many showed...

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