If the San Marcos CISD wants to change the way its trustees are elected, there are some hurdles it will have to overcome first.
Suspicion mixed with determination and a strong desire for more change at Texas State University were the prominent sentiments voiced during a panel discussion on the Texas State Sit-In.
From left to right are Precinct 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Precinct 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, BR3T board member and Hays County Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Mike Jones, Hays County Director of Emergency Services Kharley Smith, BR3T Board of Directors President Earl Bolls, BR3T Executive Director Trey Bell, Hays County Disaster Recovery Specialist Denise Treadwell, Precinct 3 Commissioner Lon Shell and Precinct 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant. Photo by Laureen Chernow
After helping 1,600 Central Texas families recover from the 2015 floods, the Blanco River Regional Recovery Team (BR3T) is winding down operations – but it is not going anywhere.
Paid parking is likely to make a return to downtown San Marcos, but it wouldn’t be an immediate change, according to city staff.
The San Marcos CISD will soon have a new facility for its youngest learners.