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Thu Apr 22nd, 2021

Heather Jefts, Cedar Park City Council Place 6

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Happy Earth Day! Need some wildflower and milkweed seeds to help our crucial pollinators? Want to add some beauty and color to your landscape? Head to the Rec Center and pick up your free seeds! 🍃 🌸Happy Earth Day! Fly by the Cedar Park Recreation Center at 1435 Main St. and pick up your wildflower or milkweed seed packet while supplies last. Help the City preserve Monarch butterflies! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Earth Day! Need some wildflower and milkweed seeds to help our crucial pollinators? Want to add some beauty and color to your landscape? Head to the Rec Center and pick up your free seeds! 🍃 🌸

City Council Meeting tomorrow, Apr 22, 7pm. Link to read agenda, watch online, register comments, and/or sign in to speak at the end.
HIGHLIGHTS:
F.7 (Consent agenda) Submission to Rep Carter's office for Community Development Grant.
G.1/H.1 Public Hearing/Consideration of Economic & Community Development Project in Town Center, on south side of Main St.
H.6 2nd Reading/Vote on amendments to Ordinances regarding light and light emissions, coming more in alignment with International Dark Sky recommendations
H.7 Discussion/Possible action regarding improvements to Town Center Park.
www.cedarparktexas.gov/government/mayor-and-city-council/city-council-agendas-meeting-documents
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#IHeartCP #IHeartCedarPark #CityCouncil #CityCouncilMeeting #CedarPark #CedarParkTX #CedarParkTexas #transparency #ImHereForYou #LocalElectionsMatter
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City Council Meeting tomorrow, Apr 22, 7pm. Link to read agenda, watch online, register comments, and/or sign in to speak at the end.
HIGHLIGHTS:
F.7 (Consent agenda) Submission to Rep Carters office for Community Development Grant.
G.1/H.1 Public Hearing/Consideration of Economic & Community Development Project in Town Center, on south side of Main St.
H.6 2nd Reading/Vote on amendments to Ordinances regarding light and light emissions, coming more in alignment with International Dark Sky recommendations
H.7 Discussion/Possible action regarding improvements to Town Center Park.
https://www.cedarparktexas.gov/government/mayor-and-city-council/city-council-agendas-meeting-documents
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#IHeartCP #IHeartCedarPark #CityCouncil #CityCouncilMeeting #CedarPark #CedarParkTX #CedarParkTexas #transparency #ImHereForYou #LocalElectionsMatter

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F.7 Details: Current stimulus package allows us to apply for certain infrastructure projects, as long as City has 25% matching funds. We're applying to fund two major drainage projects, in Ranchettes Sections 2 & 3 (near Lone Star Drive) and Riviera Springs East. Both projects are high priorities in our Stormwater/Drainage plan, and this grant opportunity allows us to accelerate those projects with funds already available through the sales tax reallocation passed by voters for drainage and flood mitigation projects.

G.1/H.1 Details: This project is for the sale of city-owned commercial land to a developer who plans to build 2 restaurants and a 41,000sf Class A office building, plus parking, with the city building and maintaining trails, a trailhead, and an additional sculpture garden surrounding the development. The plan also includes a reciprocal parking agreement with the Rec Center, allowing Rec Center overflow parking in this development's parking lot. The developer will also donate one sculpture to the city upon completion of the sculpture garden.

The pinwheel is a national symbol for child abuse awareness and prevention. It represents hope, happiness, and health. If you’re curious as to why the color of child abuse awareness and prevention month is blue, then you should know the story of Bonnie Finney. Finney tied a blue ribbon to the antenna of her van in remembrance of the grandson she lost to child abuse. Her story grew so much that blue came to be known as the color for child abuse prevention on a national level. You can show your support for child abuse awareness and prevention month by placing a blue pinwheel in your yard, car, work, or anywhere else that you can show off your support!

#Childabuseawarenessandpreventionmonth #goblue4wilco
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Starting tonight!CALLING ALL TEXANS - Help protect migrating birds this spring by turning Lights Out, across Texas! Here’s how you can help: turn out all non-essential lights from 11 pm - 6 am every night through June 15, especially during the peak migration period of April 19 - May 7, when half of the total spring bird migration traffic passes through Texas. Join in and spread this message far and wide to help protect the approximately one billion birds that travel through the Lone Star State. Learn more and sign up for bird migration alerts: bit.ly/LightsOutTexas
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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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