SAN ANGELO, TX — The City of San Angelo will likely lower the tax rate for the FY 2023 budget according to a presentation to council last week by City Finance Director Tina Dierschke. The budget workshop held in council chambers on August 11 ended with council proposing a significant pay raise.
SAN ANGELO, TX — (OPINION) Two cases headed for trial are concerning and both are for misdemeanor offenses. It is instructive to understand how these cases were introduced, as we know so far, so voters can know how decisions seem to be made in Chris Taylor’s Tom Green County Attorney’s office. The County Attorney handles the lower-level offenses where most are misdemeanors – driving while intoxicated, simple assault, and petty theft. The cases generally are tried in one of two County Court-At-Law courts.
WASHINGTON, DC — An IRS job posting describes the kind of personnel the IRS will be hiring to fill the 87,000 new special IRS agent positions that will be codified in the Democrats scaled-down version of Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan called the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
LUBBOCK, TX — Former San Angelo Police Chief Timothy R. Vasquez told the United States District of the Northern District of Texas on August 10 that he is appealing his conviction and sentence to the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
MILES, TX — A Concho Valley meat processor won a Grand Champion prize for its Green Chile and Swiss Smoked Sausage at the 34th Annual Texas Association of Meat Processors Convention at Texas A&M in College Station this past weekend.