Commissioners Court rescinds decision on Cibolo Parkway Project
Posted on 1/11/2019 8:01:00 AM.
 
(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County is no longer supporting a new roadway in Cibolo. Initial support for the Cibolo Parkway Project was granted to the City of Cibolo by the court in 2017. However on Tuesday, the Guadalupe County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a resolution to rescind the prior support and oppose the project.
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Guadalupe County to discuss need, possible creation of new district court
Posted on 10/30/2018 9:20:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County's growth is reportedly calling for more help at the Guadalupe County Justice Center. Guadalupe County Commissioners this afternoon will be hosting a workshop to discuss an increase in the number of cases being filed in the courts. This increase reportedly is pointing the county in the possible direction of creating an additional district court.
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Guadalupe County to approve GRMC reimbursement to city of Seguin
Posted on 10/2/2018 6:42:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County this morning is expected to hand over more than a half of a million dollars to the city of Seguin. The money will be a reimbursement to the city. Just over $1.1 million in unspent funds is reportedly being returned to the county by the Guadalupe Regional Medical Center Indigent Health Care Program for 2017-2018. The reimbursement to Seguin is half of those funds. The other half will be kept by Guadalupe County. The city and county jointly own GRMC.
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Guadalupe County working on creation of Veterans Center
Posted on 7/6/2018 6:48:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County is continuing to make its veterans a priority. The Guadalupe County Commissioners Court recently approved a contract with ThornGraves Architects for a conceptual design of what will be the future Veterans Center.
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Guadalupe County officials want to better clarify employee pay, benefits during emergency government shut downs
Posted on 2/1/2018 8:11:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County commissioners are looking to either change or clarify exactly what happens to a county employee's paycheck when bad weather or other some other emergency forces the shut down of county government.
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