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The regular meetings of the Bandera City Council are on the first and third Mondays of each month at the Bandera City Hall. All members, including the Mayor, are elected for two year terms with 3 members elected in odd numbered years and 2 members and the Mayor elected in even numbered years.Qualifications for the office of a member of the Bandera City Council:• Be a registered voter• Must reside in the city on the day of the election
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  • Cindy Coffey

  • Gregory Gibson

  • Rebeca Gibson

  • Christine Morse

  • Lynn Palmer

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Biographical Information

Tell us about yourself – why is it a good idea for us to vote for you for City Council? What useful experience, knowledge, or perspective do you bring?

What do you think are Bandera’s greatest strengths and weaknesses?

What do you think is the single largest issue facing the city, and what specific steps would you take in your first six months to address it?

What would you do specifically to spur economic development in the city?

What is the most pressing issue facing the city council and what do you plan to do to address it?

Mailing Address P.O. Box 855 Bandera, TX 78003
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Mailing Address P.O. Box 855 Bandera, TX 78003
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Mailing Address P.O. Box 2443 Bandera, TX 78003
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Mailing Address P.O. Box 883 Bandera, TX 78003
I love Bandera! I love the people. I love the culture. I love the pioneer spirit that says we can make it happen - together! This town has a spirit from long ago when we could disagree yet love each other in the process. We can honor our differences and collaborate to find a middle ground that makes sense for moving forward. We can't recreate the past but we can shape our future, but only
Bandera represents the very essence of the old west, the Cowboy Capital of the World, and all the amazing values of the past. Yet we have an opportunity to open a very new world to old values, but only if we learn to listen to the promise of the future.
Infrastructure is critical to Bandera's very existence. If we do not move progressively into the future whild protecting our values from the past we will cease to exist. It's really very simple, live in the past and die for shape our future together with the values we hold dear and
We need to continue to promote growth that retains our values yet gives our future generations a reason to stay here. We need to get our youth more involved in the community.
Revenue and our youth.
Mailing Address P.O. Box 2015 Bandera, TX 78003
My name is Lynn Palmer, I have lived in Bandera for decades and it is the town I love. I moved to Bandera in 1977 and have lived in the city of Bandera for 25 years. I am married to John Palmer and we operate our own successful glass business. I have served on the City Council in the past, from 2001 until 2007. I understand the Ethics and Conduct code for City Officials.
The small town living, knowing your neighbors, local hangouts, low crime and a slower pace of life. The Texas Hill Country makes it like no other place. We are a tight knit community, and the people who live here want to preserve what makes our town unique.
The City’s need for Water System Upgrades, New Storage Tanks, and meeting the Texas Commission of Environm3ntal Quality Standards. Funds were budgeted to repair or replace a lift station and pressure relief valves in the water system, plans to seek grants or loans to address other water and wastewater issues.
Our economy can thrive with a walkable Main Street. Support walking and biking safely, will also reduce air pollution from vehicles. Planning where development should or should not go will also encourage growth in town. The Old Jail and Old Courthouse are valuable tourist attractions, benefiting the City and County.
Continue to serve the citizens by making the right choices for growth and spending taxpayer money. Establishing Policy and Procedures for each City Department for the common good of the people of Bandera. Support efforts of the Chamber of Commerce and other organizations to foster the City’s Economic Development.

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