Archive | September 2020

Broadband Internet Survey

Today I received an email from Burnet CISD regarding interest in expanding broadband internet in our community. I know that many residents have expressed interest, so I wanted to share this information with you.

Survey to Expand Broadband Internet Services
To help develop a plan that will identify demand and options for expanding broadband services in Burnet County, the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG) and Connected Nation are seeking participation from parents, teachers and community members in a survey. Getting the plan completed hinges on the number of survey responses. The minimum acceptable number of responses to allow Connected Nation to learn about demand is 2,076 households; the three-county area of Blanco, Burnet and Llano Counties currently has a response rate of 45 percent.
Please consider taking the survey. The survey is available until October 30 at

Political signs in community

To all the homeowners in Morgan Creek Village,

For safety and neighborhood aesthetics, please locate your political signs near your residence.  Our roads are narrow so staying on the pavement is difficult when passing and some residents walk at night.  Signs near the pavement are a hazard for both. A number of signs have disappeared at night causing animosity among some residents.  We need to be good neighbors with differing opinions.  Thank goodness we have that right!

Don Morris, President, MCVPOA

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