Voters approve special election on Cedar Park tract
Updated May 7 at 10:10 p.m.: Cedar Park voters approved May 7 of a ballot measure that gives the city the authority to sell a 14-acre tract of undeveloped parkland. The approval of the election makes the city legally authorized to sell, lease or use the property for non-park purposes, said Tony Moline, president and CEO of the Cedar Park Chamber of Commerce, which authorized a resolution in support of the special election. “[The tract] backs up to a lot of retail and a lot of commercial [land], and it doesn’t really make sense for that land to be a […]
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