6 things residents in San Marcos, Kyle and Buda should know this week, May 1-6
Early voting continues Monday and Tuesday for elections in the city of San Marcos and San Marcos and Hays CISDs.
In Hays CISD, two seats on the board of trustees are being contested in the elections, and the district has proposed a $250 million bond. In San Marcos CISD, three seats on the board of trustees are up for election, and the district has proposed a $107.3 million bond. The city of San Marcos has also proposed two bond packages totaling $32 million. For more information, including early voting locations, click here.
San Marcos City Council meets Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
Council will discuss the creation of a parking program for employees of downtown businesses. Council will also consider approving a two-hour time limit for all parking spaces downtown. The council will meet at City Hall, 630 E. Hopkins St., San Marcos. The agenda can be viewed here.
Kyle City Council meets Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The council will consider approval of mid-term amendments to the city’s 2010 comprehensive plan as well as annexation of 119.2 acres west of North Old Stagecoach Road. The council meets at City Hall, 100 W. Center St. The agenda can be viewed here.
Buda City Council meets Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
On the agenda are a workshop related to the ongoing rewrite of the city’s unified development code, which governs various aspects of residential and commercial development, as well as an agreement with Capital Metropolitan Transit Authority for the city’s acceptance of a grant related to a transportation program for seniors and those with disabilities. The agenda can be viewed here.
The San Marcos Charter Review Commission meets for the final time Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
The commission will consider and approve final recommendations to be made to City Council. The commission meets at City Hall, 630 E. Hopkins St., San Marcos. The agenda can be viewed here.
Hays County residents have been invited to comment on revised FEMA floodplain maps.
The comment period runs through May 5. When the comment period closes, the Federal Emergency Management Administration will schedule a meeting to discuss the maps with each community in the county. After that meeting, FEMA will accept appeals that use scientifically produced data demonstrating inaccuracies in the proposed maps. The maps can affect a property owner’s ability to develop his or her land. Property owners who are concerned about the maps and live in an unincorporated area of the county can contact the county’s floodplain administrator, Tom Pope, at email@example.com or Hays County Development Services, PO Box 1006, San Marcos, TX, 78667. Those living within the limits of a city in Hays County can contact the floodplain administrator of their respective city. An interactive map of the proposed revision can be viewed here.