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Leander sets up Oak Creek subdivision for two types of…

Leander sets up Oak Creek subdivision for two types of development incentives

Place 6 Councilman David Siebold said Oak Creek validates city leaders’ aspirations for the TOD. On Oct. 29 construction began on the new Oak Creek project that is Leander’s first public improvement district, or PID. Leander City Council on Oct. 16 approved two sets of incentives for Oak Creek, which is located at the southwest […]

Council requests traffic study for garden home development

Council requests traffic study for garden home development

City Council directed staff at the Nov. 11 Georgetown City Council meeting to have Spicewood Development complete a full traffic impact analysis, or TIA, to determine on- and off-site improvements resulting from the company’s proposed garden home development. The developers had proposed building the Gardens at Verde Vista, a 34-acre, 151-unit community near Shell Road […]

A place with rich history, creative culture, unified community and natural beauty.

  • More than half a million people called the Texas Hill Country home in 2012 and with more people choosing to live here every day the area provides plenty of skilled workers to area businesses. Not to mention that 6 area colleges and more than 10 established workforce training programs graduate prolific numbers of highly motivated and dedicated employees.

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  • From home grown businesses to global enterprises, companies of every shape and size will find all the resources they need in the Texas Hill Country including easy access to highways, airports, universities, workforce training programs and, thanks to the area chambers of commerce, a pro-business climate.

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  • Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC), based in Johnson City, Texas, serves more than 254,000 accounts in an 8,100-square-mile service area. PEC has illuminated cities and helped the Hill Country grow and prosper since 1938. From next-generation energy delivery methods to their Green Works environmental programs PEC provides reliable electric service with rapid restoration after interruptions.

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