|Posted on 1/28/2019 5:52:00 AM.|
(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County has officially approved its roadmap for the future. The Guadalupe County Commissioners Court recently adopted it first ever strategic plan. County Judge Kyle Kutscher says he is proud of the research, workshops and community input that have gone into establishing the plan, dubbed "Guiding Guadalupe."More
|Posted on 1/4/2019 6:49:00 AM.|
The Guadalupe County Commissioners Court held its first meeting of the new year on Tuesday.
(Seguin) -- The search is officially on for a new human resources director for Guadalupe County.The Guadalupe County Commissioners Court is working to find a replacement for longtime director Audrey McDougal, who is stepping down at the end of the week to take a position in the private sector. More
|Posted on 1/4/2019 5:47:00 AM.|
(Seguin) -- The Guadalupe County Commissioners Court has officially given its blessing to moving forward with a project that's designed to bring better coordinated and better overall services to military veterans living in this area. The court on Tuesday agreed to proceed with the development of a Guadalupe County Veterans Outreach Services Center. The building would be housed in a county-owned facility on Weinert Street in Seguin. More
|Posted on 1/3/2019 6:41:00 AM.|
U.S. District Judge Fred Biery, left, addresses the audience before swearing-in Guadalupe County Court-at-Law Judge Bill Squires, center. Also pictured is Squires' father, Dr. Bill Squires, right.
(Seguin) -- The new year brings with it a number of new beginnings for Guadalupe County's elected officials. A swearing-in ceremony was held on New Year's Day at the Guadalupe County Courthouse for all of the elected officials who earned offices during the general election in November. Even though the election was held almost two months ago, the new terms officially started on January 1.
|Posted on 12/26/2018 8:16:00 AM.|
(Seguin) -- Guadalupe County's vision for its future veterans outreach center is nearing the end of phase one. An actual visual or schematic design of what that building would look like was presented recently to members of the Guadalupe County Commissioners Court. The design was presented by Lyndsay Thorn, of ThornGraves Architects.
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