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San Marcos Ethics Commission Delivers Decision On Complaint  Against City Council Member

The complainant alleges the content of the tweet opens the city to a lawsuit, especially from an applicant “fitting the…

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UPDATED 3:38 PM: San Marcos PD Investigates Sexual Assault Of GJCC Student By Former Employee

“My son, being 19, is able to check himself out,” Williams said. “The problem with that was Job Corps’ policy…

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Local Republican Organizes Rally In Response To San Marcos City Council Member’s Comments

Martha Doss, a local republican and naturalized citizen, said she organized the event in less than two weeks in response…

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ULI Releases Report For “Activating The San Marcos Riverfront”

The report says a unified brand would “create a unified image that encompasses downtown, the river and the parkland connecting…

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Organization With Ties To Local Advocacy Group Receives Thousands In Grant Funding From San Marcos

We also submitted two Public information requests to the City of San Marcos requesting the total amount of grant funding…

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In Our Opinion… Local Resident Asks “Why The City Gives Money To An Organization Actively Attacking Local Law Enforcement.”

The message was simple, a local resident pondering a question, “I’d love to know why the city gives money to…

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Hays County Judge Recommends Dissolving Full Department, Rise In Property Taxes In 2020 Budget

The effective tax rate adjusts the tax rate, so taxpayers are paying the same amount or lower in property taxes…

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City Of San Marcos Could Soon Evict Tenant For Non-Payment Of Lease And Property Taxes

According to the statement on his account dated Feb. 13, (see below) Hays County Judge and Business Owner, Ruben Becerra,…

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Council Postpones Historic Designation For Cape’s While Talks Continue With County Over Potential Property Trade

“Nobody has talked about what in gods name would be done with the mill race,” Mihalkanin said. “It’s obvious that…

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Hays County Judge Candidate Appears To Owe Additional Debt To Local Nonprofit

By, Terra Rivers, Managing Editor A Hays County candidate appears to have an outstanding invoice with a local non-profit. Hays…

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