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Growing Up Wild

Rolf Straubhaar holds onto his son Malcolm while removing a butterfly sculpture worn by his daughter Rosemary as a face mask during activities at Growing Up Wild at the San Ma

Police tape surrounded the old Summit Inn on Aquarena Springs Drive Thursday as law enforcement used the premises for SWAT training. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

SWAT Training

Bulldozers are taking down the Iconic Village Apartments on North LBJ Drive. Five people died there and others were seriously injured in an early-morning fire last July 20. A handful of lawsuits have been filed. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Iconic Village

Employees of Martin Marietta get ready to remove the ropes attaching a more than 5,000 pound limestone boulder after using a truck crane to lift it into place by a footpath in Ramon Lucio Park. The boulder will be the base for a plaque commemorating the importance of the San Marcos River by the Comal Springs Chapter of the Society of Colonial Dames XVII. An official dedication is planned March 26. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Future Memorial

The Greater San Marcos Partnership recently made some changes to its staff in preparation for an ambitious 2019 agenda.  Jason J. Giulietti (left) is the new vice president of Economic Development, John E. Ellis (center) was hired as the director of Marketing and Communications and Christian Duran (right) was promoted to manager of Existing Business and Workforce Development. Photos courtesy of  GSMP

Greater San Marcos Partnership makes staff changes

The region’s economic development organization, the Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSMP), has undergone significant staff changes in preparation for an aggressive 2019 agenda.

Erin Zwiener, elected to represent Texas House District 45 last November, enters her new office at the Capitol as staff and supporters cheer. Tuesday was the first day of the 86th Texas Legislature. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

New representation