San Marcos’ public transit system is growing along with the city’s population, and a partnership with Texas State could help meet the ridership’s needs more efficiently.
Hays County residents who have brush or other debris to burn have just a few days to take care of it before the county burn ban returns.
The San Marcos CISD central administration building on South LBJ Drive is destined for the wrecking ball, as is the old Bonham campus playground.
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Above, the late owner of Dick's Classic Car Garage, Dick Burdick, stands next to one of his cars. The board of directors of Dick's Classic Garage, the museum housing Dick Burdick's car collection, announced o that the museum will close and become the Richard L. Burdick Foundation, a private nonprofit grant-making foundation. Daily Record archive photo
Many San Marcans remember Dick Burdick as an entrepreneur and collector of classic cars. Now, his memory will live on in the form of a nonprofit foundation focused on character-based education.