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From the City Website: Joey Grisham was recently named Keller’s new Economic Development Director. He will begin his duties with the City on Sept. 15 with an annual base salary of $85,000. Grisham brings with him a wealth of economic development experience. He began his career in Columbia, Miss., serving as Director of the Marion […]

I heard about this for the first time the other night at the P&Z meeting. All P&Z and Council Meeting will be stored on the webserver and allow you to click on a link and watch the meeting, forever. You are also able to subscribe to the videos with an RSS feed. Pretty dang cool. […]

From the City’s website: The Keller CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Association and Keller Fire Rescue will host a fall training course from September 9 to November 11. Beginning on September 9, classes will meet on Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 9:30 PM, including an occasional Saturday morning class. Sessions will be held at the […]

There will be a public meeting at Town Hall on August 27th at 7:00pm to discuss the UDC Draft Update. Everyone is invited to come and be involved in the process.

From the City of Keller Website: TollTags from the North Texas Tollway Authority may now be purchased at Keller Town Hall in the Utility Billing Customer Service Department. The tags can be used on any toll road in Texas and for pass-through and terminal parking at DFW International Airport, and for parking at Love Field […]

Keller Fire Rescue gets to put the third ambulance into life saving mode almost immediately. Once again, it has been shown just how important these fine employees are and also how urgent the need is/was for the 3rd fire station and expansion of city services. The following is copied from the Mayor’s May 23 Weekly […]

Next Saturday, May 31. This sometimes sneaks up on me and last year it happened again …. I forgot to clean out the garage and underneath the sinks to remove any hazardous waste that can’t be disposed of in the normal trash collection. The Weekend of May 30-June 1 will be a busy one with […]

To no one’s surprise, some changes are happening at Town Hall since our new city manager, Dan O’Leary took over. One of the most visible is a new feature on the city’s website, Information from the Mayor: Within this section you’ll find a letter updating you on some of the goings-on in Keller. You’ll also […]

Introduction As I read about city managers taking new positions in various communities (including Keller) it is evident that this is a very important position (equivalent to CEO of COO of a large company). The approach used in the successful restructuring of the New Zealand government provides a rich set of lessons learned and useful practices for a […]

Sarah Taylor kicks off the May, 2008 election campaign in her letter to the editor of this week’s Keller Citizen: Councilman Jim Carson said, in writing, on June 5, 2007: “I do not consider my duty as Councilman to do what a majority of the people want me to do.” Mr. Carson has also stated […]

Second time in two weeks where they haven’t picked it up…..going to call City Hall Monday and get the run around. I can already predict the conversation…. Me:  They didn’t pick up my recycling bin again Them:  You need to call Trinity directly Me:  Well, I don’t contract with Trinity, you do.  I don’t pay […]

I think I jinxed myself when I commented on another thread about how the trash issue hasn’t visited my street. Well, I spoke too soon.  This morning when I went outside, the recycle bins were still sitting where they were when I came home from work yesterday…..still full. Anybody else have issues yesterday?  Maybe I’ll […]