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April 15th, 2010
City breaks ground for $6.5 million McCarty Lane reconstruction

City of San Marcos, Hays County, and San Marcos CISD officials, contractors and community leaders join in the groundbreaking ceremony for McCarty Lane which will provide safer mobility to San Marcos High School and become part of Loop 110. L-R are Rick Menchaca, Richard Sanchez, David Montana, Ramon Salazar, Nancy Hyde, Commissioner Will Conley, Chad Crager, Councilman John Thomaides, James Massaro, Mayor Susan Narvaiz, Richard Mendez, Amy Madison, David Healey, Leslie Manning, Mayor Pro Tem Kim Porterfield, Laurie Moyer, Phyllis Snodgrass, and Chris Straus. PHOTO by DON ANDERS


Mayor Susan Narvaiz and the city council led a ground breaking ceremony Tuesday, April 13 to mark the start of the $6.5 million widening and reconstruction of McCarty Lane east of the City of San Marcos Conference Center.

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The city of San Marcos and Hays County are partnering on the improvements to McCarty Lane which will become a part of an eastern segment of Loop 110 connecting Interstate 35 to Texas 123.

McCarty will remain open during construction but caution is recommended as ongoing road work and traffic controls will occur.  The public is encouraged to seek alternate routes when possible.

KBR of Austin is the project engineer and Texas Sterling of Austin was awarded the contract for reconstruction.  The City project is scheduled for completion by the end of November 2010.

For more project information, please call the Capital Improvements Department at 512-393-8130.


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