Del Valle ISD School Board President Rebecca Birch resigned from her position Tuesday. Her announcement came the same night the board was swearing in former trustee Damián Pantoja.
Election Day for the primary election is Tuesday, March 5, and early voting kicks off today through Friday, March 1. Here's everything you need to know about what's on the Williamson County ballot.
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Once a region is determined to be in violation of air quantity standards, the federal government can withhold funding for transportation and other projects or refuse to issue permits for initiatives that would exacerbate the pollution.
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