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    CITY OF TAYLOR CHOSEN FOR $17 BILLION SAMSUNG SEMICONDUCTOR PLANT

    In a press conference on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, Governor Abbott announced that Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC has selected the City of Taylor for the site for their new semiconductor plant. Read on...
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    FORMER VOLUNTEER FIRE CHIEF CHARGED WITH FELONY THEFT

    Billy Dale Hughes Jr., former Chief of the Taylor Volunteer Fire Department (TVFD) (now Avery-Pickett Fire Department) has turned himself in on a charge of first-degree felony Theft Over $300,000. Read on...
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    PUBLIC ARTS ADVISORY BOARD HOLDING OPEN CALL FOR PORTAL PROJECT

    The City of Taylor and the Taylor Arts Advisory Board (TAAB) invites local artists to submit an art proposal for the “Portal Project” Read on...
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    CITY OF TAYLOR RECEIVES DISTINGUISHED BUDGET PRESENTATION AWARD

    Government Finance Officers Association is pleased to announce that City of Taylor, Texas, has received GFOA's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its budget. Read on...
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    CITY’S COMMUNITY CONNECTION NEWSLETTER GOING DIGITAL JANUARY 2022

    The City of Taylor is excited to announce that the Community Connection Newsletter that residents currently receive with their paper water bill every month will be going all digital beginning in January 2022. Read on...
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    CITY COUNCIL APPROVES RESOLUTION

    The Taylor City Council participated in a joint meeting with the Williamson County Commissioners Court held on Wednesday, Sept. 8. In the meeting, Council approved a resolution to support Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC's selection of the City of Taylor Read on...
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    PICKLEBALL CLINIC BEGINS SEPT. 6

    Free Pickleball clinics will held the first Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at Murphy Park, beginning September 6. Read on...
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    Taylor Police Still Seeking Information in 2004 Katara Johnson Murder

    The Taylor Police Department is still seeking assistance from the public in solving the August 26, 2004 murder of Katara Johnson. Read on...
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