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The City of San Marcos saw more than 200 volunteers for its annual Fall River Cleanup. Above, city neighborhood enhancement staff, including code compliance, environmental health, resource recovery, Keep San Marcos Beautiful, along with former Mayor John Thomaides participated in the fall river clean up. Below, members of the Texas State Bobcat STREAM Team volunteer during the river cleanup. Photos courtesy of the City of San Marcos. 

City's Fall River Cleanup nets over 2,300 pounds of trash picked up

Over 200 volunteers helped collect more than 2,300 pounds of trash from the San Marcos River in October, the City of San Marcos recently reported. 

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The San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees swore in two members during Monday's meeting after District 1 incumbent Miguel Arredondo was reelected and Mayra Mejia was elected to District 3. Above, board members pose for a photo during Monday's meeting. Photos courtesy of San Marcos Consolidated ISD

SMCISD swears in trustees; Board approves amended one-time employee payment

Mayra Mejia and Miguel Arredondo were sworn in during Monday’s regular San Marcos Consolidated ISD Board of Trustees meeting. 


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