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Above, protesters hold up signs during a rally against the San Marcos City Council's decision to provide an economic incentive deal to a film production studio. The film studio will be built at the La Cima development which sits on top of the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

During protest against film production studio, city councilmember announces economic deal to be reconsidered

San Marcos City Councilmember Maxfield Baker told a crowd gathered at City Hall that a recent economic incentive deal to bring a film production studio to town will be reconsidered. 

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Above, an artist rendering of a new 820,000 square-foot film development studio facility in the La Cima development. Rendering courtesy of Greater San Marcos Partnership

REEL DEAL: Council approves economic incentive agreement for film production studio

San Marcos will soon see a new film production studio after the San Marcos City Council and Hays County Commissioners Court both approved incentive agreements with a San Marcos-based studio managem

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Above, a San Marcos Police Department officer sits outside of Little Lambs Learning Center on Wednesday after police received a threat about possible violence at a daycare in San Marcos. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

SMPD notified of possible violence at local daycare, suspect arrested in Florida

San Marcos police and Hays County Sheriff’s deputies were present at local daycares Wednesday after an online threat was made against a daycare in San Marcos.


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