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San Marcos firefighters were flow testing a hydrant along Aquarena Springs Drive at the Charles Austin intersection Sunday afternoon. City hydrants are tested annually to ensure their functioning. Daily Record photo by Anita Miller

Hydrant Testing

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

The Gary Job Corps Community Relations Council and Green Group Holdings recently sponsored a Public Works Departments Appreciations Luncheon at Kent Black’s BBQ for the cities of Kyle, Luling, Lockhart and San Marcos. Representatives of the water, electric and road departments were recognized for their service to community, sometimes in the most adverse of conditions. San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson and Lockhart City Councilman Juan Mendoza also shared their thanks for their service. Elva Zdeb, Gary Community Relations Council president, addressed the audience with the thanks from the community and the Gary Job Corps Center for their services. “You are called to service sometimes in the most adverse of conditions and you always show up to restore power, fix water issues, or repair roads that were taken out during our flooding situations,” she said. Pictured are Bert Lumbreras, Tyler Hjorth, Tom Taggart, Adam Rossing, Raymond Nutall, Shawn Wolfshohl, Jon Clack and Hughson from the city of San Marcos; Bryan Hernandez and Cara Ryan from the Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area Board; Tasha Fennell, Chris Roff, Susanne Ritter, Rachel Garnes, Rafael Marzan, Nichole Sanchez, Irma Pardo and Randolph Goodman of Gary Job Corps; Elva Zdeb of Embassy Suites; Siro Castelon, Michael Bristol, Bo Grantlan, Frank Huerta and Abel Serna of the city of Kyle; Sam Sirilo, Buddy Pearson, James Macc, Bill Schulle and Mark Marp of the city of Luling, Margaret Diamond of Green Group Holdings; Juan Mendoza, Ernest Hernandez, Warren Christian, Scott Egbert, Nolan Blundfu, Tim Samford, Brian Lillibridge, James Earp and Harper Wilder of the city of Lockhart; Anita Miller of the San Marcos Daily Record and Lorraine Lane of Adams & Associates. Gary Job Corps photo

Luncheon honors public works departments

The Gary Job Corps Community Relations Council and Green Group Holdings recently sponsored a Public Works Departments Appreciations Luncheon at Kent Black’s BBQ for the cities of Kyle, Luling, Lockhart

April 6 was proclaimed “Live Your Best Life” day in San Marcos, recognizing the San Marcos Youth Commission’s first leadership conference at the San Marcos Activity Center that day. Pictured are (front row, from left) Mayor Jane Hughson, Dakota Fernandez, Ben Murdoch, Aaron Emerich and Gabe Ortiz and (back row, from left) Julie Hollar, Carla Merritt, Jessica Ramos, Catherine Marler, Kim Porterfield and Kasun Phillips. Don Anders photo

‘Live Your Best Life’ day proclaimed

April 6 was proclaimed “Live Your Best Life” day in San Marcos, recognizing the San Marcos Youth Commission’s first leadership conference at the San Marcos Activity Center that day. Pictured

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