The Kyle Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday
The agenda includes a proposal to rezone approximately 4-acre site at 400 Windy Hill Road from Warehouse District to Retail Services as well as an item that would amend the city’s code of ordinances related to signs. The meeting takes place at Kyle City Hall, 100 Center St., and the agenda can be found here.
The Buda Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday
The city’s planning and zoning agenda includes items related to the ongoing rewrite of the unified development code, including discussions about Buda's environmental protection and water quality; flood protection; tree preservation and park land; and well drilling. The meeting takes place at Buda City Hall, 121 S. Main St., and the agenda can be found here.
The San Marcos Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday
San Marcos P&Z will hold a public hearing related to an amended conditional use permit allowing the sale of alcoholic beverages at Crafthouse Urban Kitchen & Tap, 242 N. LBJ Drive. The commission will also hold a public hearing and receive a presentation regarding the 2018 Capital Improvements Program. The agenda can be found here.
San Marcos hosts a bond open house on April 12
The city presents a short presentation on the two propositions totaling $32.2 million. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet with city staff and ask questions regarding the bonds. The event takes place at Cuauhtemoc Hall, 1100 Patton St., San Marcos. The third and final city-sponsored open house to discuss the bonds is scheduled for May 1 at the KAD Korner Store at CM Allen Homes, 820 Sturgeon St.
City, school district and county offices closed for Good Friday
All offices in the city of Buda, San Marcos CISD and Hays CISD will be closed April 14 for Good Friday. Offices in the cities of San Marcos and Kyle will remain open.
Hays County is accepting elections committee applications through April 17
The voting members of the committee will include two county employees, the heads of the county Republican and Democratic parties as well as seven county residents selected through an application process. The committee will provide recommendations to the county’s election commission on what kind of new equipment should replace the county’s current voting technology, which was last replaced 12 years ago. The elections commission will then make a recommendation to the Commissioners Court, which will make the final decision on purchasing new equipment. Applications can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application period will be accepted through noon April 17. Applicants should include their reason for wanting to serve on the committee as well as any previous experience working with voting equipment or the voting process.