District court to hold Law Day April 28The 23rd District Court will host its second annual Law Day on April 28. Read on...
2023 City budget sessions scheduled in AprilCity Council has scheduled three study sessions to discuss the 2023-24 budget. Those sessions are scheduled for April 10, 11 and 17. The council plans to finalize and adopt the budget on Tuesday, April 18 during its regular meeting. Read on...
Michael Lividini named City's newest deputy chiefMichael Lividini, who first joined the Taylor Police in 2000, has been named the department’s newest deputy police chief. Read on...
Former Councilwoman's passing mourned by CityFormer City Councilwoman Angela Croft’s passing was mourned during a moment of silence at the Rotary Club of Taylor’s State of the City Luncheon Thursday (February 16). Mrs. Croft died on Monday, February 13. She was 55. Read on...
Moody's raises City bond rating three levels to A2Moody’s Investors Service announced in late January that it has upgraded he City of Taylor’s bond rating three levels to A2 from Baa2. The A2 rating puts the City’s investment-grade bond solidly into the upper medium grade. Read on...
Plante Moran gives City solid grades during annual auditThe City of Taylor accepted a clean 2022 audit last month, as presented by Plante Moran, an audit, tax, consulting and wealth management firm. The auditors issued an unmodified opinion, the highest form of assurance. Read on...
City expands street resurfacing based on PASER findingsMayor Tim Woolley recently announced a 2022-23 asphalt contract to address 19 specific streets in the City of Taylor. Read on...
'Celebrating Taylor' 175th anniversary artwork is complete and available for viewingA mural commissioned to honor Taylor’s 175th anniversary has arrived in the city. The “interactive art,” called “Celebrating Taylor,” was delivered by originator Daniel Cascardo to members of the Historical Commission and Historical Society. Read on...
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