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What an amazing, heartwarming story! If you're considering a new family pet this weekend, this generous family is paying it forward for you. #adoptdontshop #shelterpetsrock #wcras #wilcocanimalshelter #AdoptToSave #savealifeadopt ... See MoreSee Less

“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.

MLK has been inspiring all of us for generations with his profound wisdom. We do a disservice to him, and to each other and history, when we fail to remember the full context and his entire speeches and letters. He was jailed multiple times for speaking out against oppression, voter suppression, segregation, and institutional racism. His words, written from a jail cell, are some of the most stirring in history. www.africa.upenn.edu/Articles_Gen/Letter_Birmingham.html

This fight did not end with his assassination. It continues today, amplified when we fail to speak out against what we know in our hearts to be wrong.

It is on each and every one of us to stand up and speak out against racism, injustice, hatred, and those trying to tear our democracy asunder. “The time is always right to do what is right.”
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“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.

MLK has been inspiring all of us for generations with his profound wisdom. We do a disservice to him, and to each other and history, when we fail to remember the full context and his entire speeches and letters. He was jailed multiple times for speaking out against oppression, voter suppression, segregation, and institutional racism. His words, written from a jail cell, are some of the most stirring in history. https://www.africa.upenn.edu/Articles_Gen/Letter_Birmingham.html

This fight did not end with his assassination. It continues today, amplified when we fail to speak out against what we know in our hearts to be wrong. 

It is on each and every one of us to stand up and speak out against racism, injustice, hatred, and those trying to tear our democracy asunder. “The time is always right to do what is right.”

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Every word of this, Heather. ❤️

Sounds very appropriate to our current President.

City Council Regular Meeting this week Thursday, 1/14, at 7pm. I have Zoom office hours scheduled for Thursday morning if you have any questions or concerns about the agenda.

This will be a hybrid meeting with Councilmembers present and residents can call and/or video in for comments. Instructions in the link at the end.
HIGHLIGHTS:
C.5 Fire Chief James Mallinger will be awarded for his 25 years of dedicated service to Cedar Park. Many, many thanks, Chief Mallinger!
G.1 First Reading/Public Hearing for rezoning approx 4.6ac at corner of Toro Grande and Whitestone from Development Reserve to Gen. Business. This is one corner of a much larger planning area originally reserved for a major development.
G.3 First Reading/Public Hearing of Ordinance changes to Special Events, Seasonal Businesses, etc.
G.4 Calling Special Election during May 1, 2021 election to amend City Charter, including changing term lengths. 5 total Propositions.
H.3 Review, possible acceptance, of Transit Study
H.4 Update on Lime Creek Quarry Redevelopment
H.5 Consideration of Resolution approving changes to Ordinances for Councilmember Code of Conduct, including potential consequences

www.cedarparktexas.gov/government/mayor-and-city-council/city-council-agendas-meeting-documents
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City Council Regular Meeting this week Thursday, 1/14, at 7pm. I have Zoom office hours scheduled for Thursday morning if you have any questions or concerns about the agenda. 

This will be a hybrid meeting with Councilmembers present and residents can call and/or video in for comments. Instructions in the link at the end.
HIGHLIGHTS:
C.5 Fire Chief James Mallinger will be awarded for his 25 years of dedicated service to Cedar Park. Many, many thanks, Chief Mallinger!
G.1 First Reading/Public Hearing for rezoning approx 4.6ac at corner of Toro Grande and Whitestone from Development Reserve to Gen. Business. This is one corner of a much larger planning area originally reserved for a major development.
G.3 First Reading/Public Hearing of Ordinance changes to Special Events, Seasonal Businesses, etc.
G.4 Calling Special Election during May 1, 2021 election to amend City Charter, including changing term lengths. 5 total Propositions.
H.3 Review, possible acceptance, of Transit Study
H.4 Update on Lime Creek Quarry Redevelopment
H.5 Consideration of Resolution approving changes to Ordinances for Councilmember Code of Conduct, including potential consequences

https://www.cedarparktexas.gov/government/mayor-and-city-council/city-council-agendas-meeting-documents

Sun Jan 10th, 2021

Heather Jefts, Cedar Park City Council Place 6

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Sat Dec 26th, 2020

Heather Jefts, Cedar Park City Council Place 6

This year has been a struggle in ways both big and small for everyone. But throughout, our community has come together (virtually) to take care of each other. I am beyond grateful to live in a community so loving and giving. Wishing you peace, joy, health, and happiness this holiday season. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year! #iheartcp #iheartcedarpark #merrychristmas #happyholidays #lovewhereyoulive #cedarpark #cedarparktx #cedarparktexas #merryandbright ... See MoreSee Less

This year has been a struggle in ways both big and small for everyone. But throughout, our community has come together (virtually) to take care of each other. I am beyond grateful to live in a community so loving and giving. Wishing you peace, joy, health, and happiness this holiday season. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year! #iheartcp #iheartcedarpark #merrychristmas #happyholidays #lovewhereyoulive #cedarpark #cedarparktx #cedarparktexas #merryandbright

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas 🎄

I ❤️ Cedar Park!

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Come Have Coffee with Me!

During the 2 years while I was on the city council, I held over 80 Open Office Hours days.  If reelected, I am committed to this again.

 

However, let’s not wait till then to meet up!  I am going to hold open door coffee sessions, as well as have many meet and greet events, so you can come talk to me and ask me anything. I want to get to know you as well and show you how I will serve the city honestly, transparently, and equally for all.

 

Hope to see you at one of my sessions! No need to make an appointment, but if you have a topic that may take a while, then please let me block that time off for you. I can be reached at JeftsforCedarPark@gmail.com

My past office hour events can also be seen on Facebook.

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