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The Pops come to Bee Cave

The Backyard announces the creation of The Backyard Symphony Pops Orchestra - a 50 piece all-star ensemble that will perform its first-ever rock pops concert at The Backyard on April 27, 2014 at 7:30pm.

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Election Candidate Forum - 2 pm April 27th

Newly relocated Radio Station KDRP and the Hill Country Galleria are sponsoring and organizing a 2104City Council Election Candidate Forum in the Galleria Amphitheater on Sunday April 27th.

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Council elections – four weeks to go

Saturday May 10th is Election Day in Bee Cave – and a majority of four council seats are up for grabs. Early voting is Apr 28 to May 6 at City Hall and all Travis County voting locations. Election Day voting is only at City Hall.


You can keep up with open questions that we put to the candidates via our FaceBook group HERE.

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Lakeway Drug Take-Back Apr 26

Lakeway Police Department will team up with the Drug Enforcement Administration to conduct its sixth National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26.


The department will provide a venue for city residents and others who want to dispose of unwanted and unused prescription drugs for free at 104 Cross Creek.

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Milam studio/luxury condos (corrected from apartments) push intensifies - REVISED

Rendering of developed Backyard area


Chris Milam, the developer of the Super Nature Studios project, has now canceled a Q&A session for the local community on April 22nd at The Backyard. In it's place will be a town-hall style meeting on Monday, April 21st from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm for a presentation and question/answer session. The meeting will be posted so City Council can attend and listen to presentation/ questions/ answers.(Council will not be allowed to make any comments - because of open meeting rules.)


Milam's proposals have attracted criticism associated with the proposal to set a Property Tax funded Development district to help underwrite the infrastructure develpment needed. The so called PID has met with much negative commentary.

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