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Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative Inc
155 Electric Avenue
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative is one of the largest electric cooperatives in Texas and has been serving its members since 1939. Bluebonnet serves 80,000 meters and owns and maintains 11,000 miles of power lines, located across more than 3,800 square mil...
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5 jump into races for 3 open Bastrop City Council seats | Bastrop, Texas Events, News & Stories
Retired Episcopal priest Kenneth W. Kesselus, 61, has filed for a place on the city ballot.
A Bastrop native, for many years he was rector of Calvary Episcopal Church in Bastrop and now lives on Church Street and works as an employee ombudsman for Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative.
That plan, however, didn't make it ...
That plan, however, didn't make it to council discussion on the dais as Bastrop Mayor Ken Kesselus and Councilman Gary Schiff instead presented a plan last week to use the $1.6 million grant toward a $6.6 million YMCA facility in the city.
and Schiff said city officials have not had discussions with YMCA on what a recreation plan would look like for the city.
said, after council direction last week, Talbot will negotiate that plan with YMCA.
In recent weeks, Bastrop ...
In recent weeks, Bastrop County Judge Paul Pape and Bastrop Mayor Ken Kesselus have publicly called on LCRA to take a more proactive role when it comes to projecting potential river heights.
Before recommending Beal's appointment, ...
Before recommending Beal's appointment, Bastrop Mayor Ken Kesselus said it is a critical time for the seven-member economic development board, which already had three new members this year.
"I think it's really important that whoever we replace him (Liriano) with is somebody that has the ability to step right in and make the kind of contributions Carlos was making," Kesselus
During the meeting Gilleland asked about the applications and Kesselus
did not bring them forward because the council already saw them in April.
When asked after the meeting why the vacancy wasn't advertised publicly, Kesselus
said they haven't done so in the past for mid-term vacancies.
Brown told the Bastrop
would look into the council's ordinance.
"This was a very positive community ...
"This was a very positive community gesture on the chamber's part, allowing the chamber to focus mostly on the area businesses," Bastrop Mayor Ken Kesselus said.