The city of Killeen’s top officials gathered Thursday for a face-to-face meeting with a group of residents at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.With about 10 residents on hand — three of them running for council seats May 5 — Councilwoman Debbie Nash-King, the host of the “state of the city” forum, said the event was an opportunity to help keep residents involved.“This forum is not about us; it’s about every council member getting out into the community and informing the public,”...
The League of United Latin American Citizens Herencia Council #4297 will host a political forum March 22 for the May 5 Killeen City Council and mayoral elections.The forum will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.The candidates for the at-large council seats are: Incumbent Gregory Johnson, 35, a businessmanIncumbent Juan Rivera, 67, a businessmanPatsy Bracey, 72, a registered nurseMellisa Brown, 36, a caretaker and studentBruce Bynum, 50, a family consultant and...
Killeen Councilman Steve Harris will host a town hall forum Saturday on public safety and the city’s budget at the Killeen Community Center.City Council candidate Placidio J. Rivera is scheduled to co-host the event.According to Rivera, city officials with the fire department will be on hand to discuss the city’s public safety expenditures and council ethics.
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Selecting a term
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