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Staff Reporter

A rusting electrical box sits in the middle of what used to be a parking lot at the old Hays County Civic Center grounds. The county closed the civic center in 2013 and, according to county tax records, still owns most of the land where the center once stood. Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra is holding a series of community meetings to gauge interest in bringing a new civic center to the Interstate 35 corridor — whether in San Marcos, Kyle or Buda.  

Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Civic Center back in spotlight

The mention of the Hays County Civic Center can evoke fond memories in longtime county residents: concerts, livestock shows, youth agricultural competitions, cultural celebrations — and, of course, the Republic

Bob Holder, Historic Preservation Commission member, and Elizabeth Porterfield from Hicks and Company discuss one of the maps of the historic resources survey area. Daily Record photo by Robin Blackburn

Taking stock of local history

Several dozen residents gathered at the Dunbar Center on Monday evening to hear the details of the city’s ongoing historical resources survey and what it means for the city and for property owners.

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