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City of Fredericksburg names interim Development Services Director

todayApril 8, 2022 1

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The City of Fredericksburg has named Garret Bonn as the interim director of Development Services, filling the vacancy left from Jason Lutz, who was terminated from this position earlier this week. 

Bonn had been serving as the city’s Assistant City Engineer.
Lutz was terminated from his position on March 25th by Assistant City Manager Clinton Bailey, and the decision was finalized after an appeal was declined on March 31st.

According to the Fredericksburg Standard, the decision comes after Lutz applied for a short-term rental permit ahead of the March 7 Fredericksburg City Council meeting, in which he participated in discussions regarding the new STR ordinance. 

The reports state that Lutz recused himself from the conversations about stranded STR’s in R-1 Single Family Residential areas, but did not disclose information pertaining to his application.

Bailey will begin serving as the City of Fredericksburg’s new City Manager after being unanimously appointed to the role by the Fredericksburg City Council this week. 

He will assume the new job title beginning May 1st.

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Early voting for the May 7, 2022 city and school board elections in Fredericksburg begins Monday, April 25th.  It is important to note that there are two separate sites for the Fredericksburg City Council election and the Fredericksburg Independent School District Board of Trustees election. Three of seven seats are up for election for FISD Board of Trustees.  Early voting for these spots will take place at the Gillespie County […]

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