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A bulldozer sits at the old Texas State golf course, where trees have been taken down over the last few days as the University begins a previously scheduled project. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

TXST tree removal upsets residents

Texas State University is clearing trees from its old golf course to make way for athletic fields, and many residents are unhappy about it. The San Marcos Daily Record has

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Water sits in Purgatory Creek near Mitchell Street. City engineers are working on a project to mitigate flooding along the waterway and at the Purgatory Creek outfall into the San Marcos River. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Purgatory Creek project aims to mitigate flooding

A project that would put at least 90 structures out of the floodplain got the city council’s informal go-ahead Tuesday night.


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