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DRIPPING SPRINGS, TEXAS – September 25 – The City of Dripping Springs welcomes two new employees. Andrea Cunningham has been hired as City Secretary and Megan Will has been hired as City Planner.
Cunningham comes to the City of Dripping Springs from the City of New Braunfels where she was employed as Assistant City Secretary for almost four years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration from Texas State University. Prior to earning her degree in Texas, Cunningham received a certificate of completion in Native American studies from a tribal college in California.
As City Secretary, Cunningham works on posting agendas and notices, creating and maintaining minutes, filing ordinances, resolutions, contracts and agreements and records management, among other tasks. When she’s not working, Cunningham enjoys spending time with her family. She is married and has two teenagers who keep her busy with various sports activities.
Will joins the City of Dripping Springs after serving as Senior Planner for the City of Fort Meyers Beach, Florida. She worked there for two years before relocating to Texas. Prior to her employment in Florida, Will worked for engineering firms in Atlanta, Georgia for thirteen years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Historic Preservation from Mary Washington University and a Master of City Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
As City Planner, Will works on the pre-development process or the steps taken before buildings are erected. Will is married and has two children, a 1st grader and a 4th grader who keep her busy. In their free time, Will and her family are enjoying exploring their new city.
Will and Cunningham bring years of experience, having worked with other municipalities, and we’re happy to have them on board.
Dripping Springs, Tx.
511 Mercer Street
Dripping Springs, Texas 78620
Phone: (512) 858-4725
P.O. Box 384
Dripping Springs, Texas 78620
Fees & Charges
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE A1.000 (GENERAL PROVISIONS),
SECTION A1.001 OF THE DRIPPING SPRINGS CODE OF ORDINANCES;
MODIFYING THE STANDARD FEE SCHEDULE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE
PERMIT FEES, USE FEES, AND OTHER FEES RELATED TO MUNiCIPAL
AUTHORIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES; PROVIDING FOR THE
FOLLOWING: RULES; STANDARDS; PROCEDURES; CRIMINAL
PENALTIES; AND, SEVERABILITY DOWNLOAD FEE SCHEDULE
Budget & Tax Rate
THE CITY OF DRIPPING SPRINGS, TEXAS, ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR'S TAX RATE. THE TAX RATE WILL EFFECTIVELY BE RAISED BY 15.57 PERCENT AND WILL RAISE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS ON A $100,000.00 HOME BY APPROXIMATELY $20.00
Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Approved Budget
Ordinance No. 1100.74: Budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018
Ordinance No. 1110.18: 2017 Tax Levy
Resolution No. 2017-61: Ratification of Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Budget
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