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Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

With project underway, Staples Road is where the sidewalk begins for Wallace addition

Workers for Manley Contracting grade freshly poured cement as part of a new sidewalk along Staples Road. The $226,000 project is being paid for with federal Community Development Block Grant money. NEWSTREAMZ PHOTO by BRAD ROLLINS. ddd By BRAD ROLLINS Managing Editor Furmin Alonzo will probably never use the sidewalk he could see workers building

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

City to honor board members

From submitted reports San Marcos will welcome dozens of new board and commission members and honor outgoing members at a special reception Thursday, January 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins. More than 250...

Monday, January 14th, 2008

Hearing on injunction set in state court but city will move for federal venue

↑ A decorated car planter outside a headshop on the interstate is at the center of a city effort to enforce an ordinance prohibiting junk cars. By BRAD ROLLINS Managing Editor A state district judge on Monday...

Monday, January 14th, 2008

Paper Trail: Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer water supply project

From staff reports After years of studies, the Hays Caldwell Public Utility Agency — made up of San Marcos, Kyle, Buda and the Canyon Regional Water Authority — is posed to start buying water rights to secure...

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

Outlet malls, city still looking south for shoppers with marketing effort in Mexico

By BRAD ROLLINS Managing Editor The city’s famous outlet malls are still looking south across the border to bolster their place as the state’s top destination for retail shopping and the city’s largest employer and taxpayer. Since...

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

Effort to relax alcohol restrictions gets first test with former mayor’s Mexican restaurant

By BRAD ROLLINS Managing Editor This week, David Chiu finally got the conditional use permit he needed to sell alcohol at his new Hunter Road restaurant. Eight months after the planning and zoning commission first considered the...

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

Effort to relax alcohol restrictions gets first test with former mayor's Mexican restaurant

By BRAD ROLLINS Managing Editor This week, David Chiu finally got the conditional use permit he needed to sell alcohol at his new Hunter Road restaurant. Eight months after the planning and zoning commission first considered the...

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

City extends fuel contract with Sac-n-Pac

From staff reports Officials this week signed a one-year contract extension with San Marcos-based Sac-n-Pac, Inc. to provide gasoline and diesel for city vehicles and equipment. Keeping police cars and excavators and utility trucks going will cost...

Friday, January 11th, 2008

City's annual survey hitting mailboxes

The city of San Marcos will mail out the 2008 Community Outreach Survey January 15 to approximately 3,346 utility customers to learn how residents rate the city’s performance in a wide variety of services. One in five...

Friday, January 11th, 2008

City’s annual survey hitting mailboxes

The city of San Marcos will mail out the 2008 Community Outreach Survey January 15 to approximately 3,346 utility customers to learn how residents rate the city’s performance in a wide variety of services. One in five...

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