Week in Review: 12.22.2019

Week in Review: 12.22.2019

Found ballots may change election results; La Joya elects all new leaders; Hutto sued 17 times to keep all records secret; Texas Land Office looking to speed Houston recovery.

Posted by The Texas Monitor on Thursday, December 26, 2019

Missing ballot box may be reason for vote discrepancy in Midland County election – A box found by Midland County election officials as they conducted a recount of the November election contained 836 ballots from that election, the Midland Reporter-Telegram reported.

La Joya’s new leadership promises big changes for town raided by FBI in August – La Joya’s new mayor and two new commissioners were sworn in this week and they say they plan to shake things up, KGBT reported.

Hutto frequently sues Texas AG’s office to keep its city records sealed – The City of Hutto is one of the most litigious in the state when it comes to suing the Texas Attorney General’s Office to keep the public from accessing its records, KXAN reported.

Texas General Land Office may take over Houston Harvey recovery to speed it up – The Texas General Land Office is looking for companies interested in taking over Houston’s housing repair program, the Houston Chronicle reported.


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