The San Marcos City Council’s regular meeting tonight will include decisions on the 2018-2019 tax rate, bond election projects and the purchase of land along Purgatory Creek.
County officials have long complained that the case load for our county courts at law is growing beyond what the current two courts can handle.
TreeFolks Inc. will continue planting trees along the banks of the Blanco River in an attempt to restore and protect the riparian areas and improve water quality in the river.
Workforce housing has been a frequent topic for the San Marcos City Council, and it is the first initiative that the new Community Partnership Committee will consider. The committee includes
The San Marcos CISD board of trustees will vote Monday night on the tax rate for the 2018-2019 school year. The proposed tax rate of $1.4141 per $100 of valuation