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Among the businesses that will be gone when the new complex goes up are Comet Cleaners and food trucks at “Street Eats,” along with Buzzmill. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Seven-story coming downtown

A permit for the construction of a 5- to 7-story purpose-built student housing development on South Guadalupe Street is scheduled to go before the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission next

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Just minutes before the start of the San Marcos City Council meeting Tuesday, the main chamber – in addition to the lobby – was full to overflowing with people wanting to comment on and watch the Council’s vote on the annexation and rezoning of land for the SMART Terminal industrial rail park. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

SMART Terminal a ‘go’

San Marcos is expanding by 734 acres and gaining an industrial rail park.

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San Marcos City Council Chambers were packed Tuesday evening when the City Council approved a Chapter 380 development agreement with the SMART Terminal and the annexation and rezoning of 734 acres for the development of the industrial rail park. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Council approves annexing and rezoning for SMART Terminal

After comments from 19 residents of San Marcos and environs, the San Marcos City Council voted to approve the Chapter 380 agreement with the SMART (San Marcos Air, Rail and Truck) Termina

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