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Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Rio Vista residents invited to neighborhood meeting

Residents of Rio Vista Terrace are invited to a public meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8 at the Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins, to learn about neighborhood improvements about to begin.

Friday, December 4th, 2009

Rio Vista tennis courts to be dedicated Saturday

The City of San Marcos will celebrate the grand opening of the Rio Vista Tennis Courts with a ceremonial cutting of a tennis net at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5. The public is invited to attend.

Monday, November 30th, 2009

City holding meeting on downtown improvements

The Capital Improvements Department of the City of San Marcos will hold a public meeting to discuss plans for downtown streetscape improvements and improvements to paving and drainage along Hutchison and North Lyndon B. Johnson Drive.

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Prep work to start on Rio Vista Terrace project

City contractors will begin on Wednesday clearing brush and debris in the utility corridors in the Rio Vista Terrace neighborhood.

Friday, September 4th, 2009

Rio Vista Terrace neighborhood meeting Sept. 8

The Capital Improvements Department of the City of San Marcos will hold a neighborhood meeting Tuesday, Sept. 8 to update residents on the status of the Rio Vista Terrace Project.

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Former Fresno, Calif. official named director of Capital Improvements

David Healey, nationally known for his successful implementation of major municipal infrastructure projects, has been named San Marcos' Capital Improvements director.

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008

City, county hammer out deal to widen McCarty [PRO]

McCarty Lane -- the narrow, rutted main approach to a new high school that opened last year -- will be widened to four- and five- lanes within 21 months with a deal reached today between Hays County...

Sunday, March 30th, 2008

County faces tight budget squeeze for capital projects

Hays County commissioners might have to summon some confusing creativity if they're going to pass a road bond, build a big jail addition, construct a new government center and keep the tax rate below 50 cents.