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The San Marcos City Council voted to approve a new lease agreement with the San Marcos Lions Club for the Tubing Rental Facility in their meeting Tuesday night. Above, tubers use Lions Club tubes to float the San Marcos River during a summer day. Daily Record file photo

Lions Club Tube Rental kept afloat with lease renewal

The San Marcos City Council approved a new lease agreement with the San Marcos Lions Club for the Tubing Rental Facility during its meeting Tuesday night.

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Above, volunteers at the 36th Annual Great Texas River Clean Up pick up trash during the event on March 6. Photo courtesy of the City of San Marcos

Great Texas River Clean Up volunteers pick up tons of trash

The 36th Annual Great Texas River Clean Up netted nearly 5,600 pounds of trash and 2,000 pounds of recyclable litter along the Upper San Marcos River to Stokes Park, its tributaries, Plum Creek, an

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