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Just minutes before the start of the San Marcos City Council meeting Tuesday, the main chamber – in addition to the lobby – was full to overflowing with people wanting to comment on and watch the Council’s vote on the annexation and rezoning of land for the SMART Terminal industrial rail park. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

SMART Terminal a ‘go’

San Marcos is expanding by 734 acres and gaining an industrial rail park.

Downtown Walkabout attendee Kelly Scott looks through Tiny Amber Taylor’s booth of paintings and handmade jewelry at the Porch during a Third Thursday Downtown Walkabout. Businesses will be keeping their doors open a little longer tonight and even offering specials during the event. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis

Downtown Walkabout steps into spring

The Downtown Association (DTA) of San Marcos is hosting the kick off 2019 Third Thursday March Walkabout today from 6-9 p.m. 

 

San Marcos City Council Chambers were packed Tuesday evening when the City Council approved a Chapter 380 development agreement with the SMART Terminal and the annexation and rezoning of 734 acres for the development of the industrial rail park. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Council approves annexing and rezoning for SMART Terminal

After comments from 19 residents of San Marcos and environs, the San Marcos City Council voted to approve the Chapter 380 agreement with the SMART (San Marcos Air, Rail and Truck) Termina

Cape's Dam

City crews made some emergency repairs to Cape’s Dam last week, ahead of expected heavy river usage during Spring Break.

Women in leadership roles throughout San Marcos gathered on March 8 for a Women's Symposium hosted by the San Marcos Lions Club and the Hays-Caldwell Women's Center. Left, attendees launch personalized paper planes into the air during the symposium. Photos by Rowe Ray

Women's Symposium on Service

The San Marcos Lions Club and Hays-Caldwell Women's Center joined together on International Women’s Day last week to host a Women's Symposium on Service at the San Marcos Activity Center.

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