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The push to outsource the city’s solid waste enterprise — nearly 2 years old — is slowly reaching its conclusion after the city presented its evaluation of four outside proposals for the service at a Killeen City Council meeting Tuesday.

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A $594,000 fire engine up for Killeen City Council approval Tuesday would replace an older engine at Fire Station No. 3, which covers a wide swath of east Killeen, according to Fire Chief Brian Brank.

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A shift to privatized solid waste services could save Killeen residents money on their monthly bills and possibly spell more trouble for the city’s operational fund, according to a briefing presented to the Killeen City Council Tuesday.

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A lack of public interest in serving on a city of Killeen advisory committee is responsible for a long delay in the implementation of builder impact fees approved in August 2016, according to the city’s top administrator.

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A trio of candidates in the May 5 Killeen council and mayoral elections railed against extending more benefits to Killeen City Manager Ron Olson at the City Council’s regular meeting Tuesday.

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Four outside proposals for Killeen’s solid waste enterprise are undergoing review from a city staff evaluation committee and will go up for City Council consideration in April, according to city officials.

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The Killeen City Council will discuss accepting a $7.8 million bid for the construction of two segments of the Heritage Oaks Hike and Bike Trail and the extension of Rosewood Drive at its workshop session at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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The Killeen City Council will consider calling for a May 5 City Charter election Tuesday that will add two amendments clarifying financial transaction responsibility and capital improvement project budgeting.

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The city of Killeen will “strategically defer” a $30 million bond election originally proposed for May 5 as it seeks funding for two road projects that surround possible new schools in south Killeen.

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The city of Killeen favors scrapping a proposed $30 million bond election on the May 5 ballot to help identify possible funding for two road projects in south Killeen, according to a Killeen City Council workshop agenda.

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Not all airfares at the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport cost more than flying out of the Austin airport. In fact, when fees and driving time are factored in, some fares can be a downright steal.

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A long-awaited discussion on a residential district bordering south Killeen was a dud at Tuesday’s Killeen City Council workshop as council members made clear it was not a priority as potential bond talks continue.

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Killeen city administrators favor a $30 million bond to pay for infrastructure tied to the Killeen school district’s potential $426 million debt issue, according to Killeen City Council discussion Tuesday.

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Nearly seven months after Killeen City Councilman Steve Harris requested an investigation into an agreement between the city and the developer of a 3,750-home special district coming to Killeen’s southern border, the item will go before the council Tuesday.

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While 2017 was a year marked by buzzy headlines locally, 2018 could prove to be just as newsworthy. Informed by continuous coverage of the Killeen area’s most impactful stories, the Herald staff has compiled a list of what readers and residents can expect from the area’s biggest beats in the…

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After a public accounting firm in September told Killeen city leaders municipal finances had been damaged by years of poor decision-making, changes are coming in the way public money is managed.

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External auditors told Killeen administrators and council members the city should fix more than two dozen critical financial problems, but patterns reminiscent of past decision-making appear to be surfacing in the weeks after the audit results were announced. The audit showed that over the p…

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Three months after auditors told Killeen administrators and council members the city should fix more than two dozen critical financial problems, patterns reminiscent of past decision-making appear to be surfacing.

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A possible state grant for rifle-resistant police body armor got the Killeen City Council thinking about the future Tuesday during a discussion on long-term effects of the equipment on the city budget.

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Killeen’s very first audit of its 10-year-old city credit card program used by senior managers and other top leaders shows inappropriate uses of public money, according to results released Tuesday.

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Progress 2016 - A special publication brought to you by the Killeen Daily Herald.

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  • The Killeen Daily Herald's 6th annual How-to Guide 2016
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The Killeen Daily Herald's 6th annual How-to Guide July 2016

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The Killeen Daily Herald presents an overview of the progress seen in Central Texas cities during 2016 and what's ahead in 2017.

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The Killeen Daily Herald salutes area graduates, profiling the valedictorian and salutatorian at each high school.

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The push to outsource the city’s solid waste enterprise — nearly 2 years old — is slowly reaching its conclusion after the city presented its evaluation of four outside proposals for the service at a Killeen City Council meeting Tuesday.

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A $594,000 fire engine up for Killeen City Council approval Tuesday would replace an older engine at Fire Station No. 3, which covers a wide swath of east Killeen, according to Fire Chief Brian Brank.

alert top story
  • 2

A shift to privatized solid waste services could save Killeen residents money on their monthly bills and possibly spell more trouble for the city’s operational fund, according to a briefing presented to the Killeen City Council Tuesday.

top story
  • 0

A lack of public interest in serving on a city of Killeen advisory committee is responsible for a long delay in the implementation of builder impact fees approved in August 2016, according to the city’s top administrator.

breaking top story
  • 6

A trio of candidates in the May 5 Killeen council and mayoral elections railed against extending more benefits to Killeen City Manager Ron Olson at the City Council’s regular meeting Tuesday.

alert top story
  • 1

Four outside proposals for Killeen’s solid waste enterprise are undergoing review from a city staff evaluation committee and will go up for City Council consideration in April, according to city officials.

top story
  • 1

The Killeen City Council will discuss accepting a $7.8 million bid for the construction of two segments of the Heritage Oaks Hike and Bike Trail and the extension of Rosewood Drive at its workshop session at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

top story
  • 1

The Killeen City Council will consider calling for a May 5 City Charter election Tuesday that will add two amendments clarifying financial transaction responsibility and capital improvement project budgeting.

top story
  • 16

The city of Killeen will “strategically defer” a $30 million bond election originally proposed for May 5 as it seeks funding for two road projects that surround possible new schools in south Killeen.

alert top story
  • 6

The city of Killeen favors scrapping a proposed $30 million bond election on the May 5 ballot to help identify possible funding for two road projects in south Killeen, according to a Killeen City Council workshop agenda.

enterprise
  • 1

Not all airfares at the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport cost more than flying out of the Austin airport. In fact, when fees and driving time are factored in, some fares can be a downright steal.

top story
  • 3

A long-awaited discussion on a residential district bordering south Killeen was a dud at Tuesday’s Killeen City Council workshop as council members made clear it was not a priority as potential bond talks continue.

top story
  • 6

Killeen city administrators favor a $30 million bond to pay for infrastructure tied to the Killeen school district’s potential $426 million debt issue, according to Killeen City Council discussion Tuesday.

watchdog top story
  • 1

Nearly seven months after Killeen City Councilman Steve Harris requested an investigation into an agreement between the city and the developer of a 3,750-home special district coming to Killeen’s southern border, the item will go before the council Tuesday.

watchdog top story
  • Herald staff reports
  • 40

While 2017 was a year marked by buzzy headlines locally, 2018 could prove to be just as newsworthy. Informed by continuous coverage of the Killeen area’s most impactful stories, the Herald staff has compiled a list of what readers and residents can expect from the area’s biggest beats in the…

watchdog top story
  • 1

After a public accounting firm in September told Killeen city leaders municipal finances had been damaged by years of poor decision-making, changes are coming in the way public money is managed.

watchdog top story
  • Herald staff
  • 12

External auditors told Killeen administrators and council members the city should fix more than two dozen critical financial problems, but patterns reminiscent of past decision-making appear to be surfacing in the weeks after the audit results were announced. The audit showed that over the p…

watchdog top story
  • 1

Three months after auditors told Killeen administrators and council members the city should fix more than two dozen critical financial problems, patterns reminiscent of past decision-making appear to be surfacing.

top story
  • 4

A possible state grant for rifle-resistant police body armor got the Killeen City Council thinking about the future Tuesday during a discussion on long-term effects of the equipment on the city budget.

watchdog top story
  • 4

Killeen’s very first audit of its 10-year-old city credit card program used by senior managers and other top leaders shows inappropriate uses of public money, according to results released Tuesday.

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  • Killeen Daily Herald
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Progress 2016 - A special publication brought to you by the Killeen Daily Herald.

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  • The Killeen Daily Herald's 6th annual How-to Guide 2016
  • 0

The Killeen Daily Herald's 6th annual How-to Guide July 2016

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The Killeen Daily Herald presents an overview of the progress seen in Central Texas cities during 2016 and what's ahead in 2017.

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The Killeen Daily Herald salutes area graduates, profiling the valedictorian and salutatorian at each high school.