After 25 years as a shopping and dining destination, Centerpoint Station, located at 3946 I-35, San Marcos, will close its doors in December. The restaurant, which offers burgers and floats, will be closing Dec. 15, while the bakery will be closing on Dec. 23. The Centerpoint boutique, selling clothes and home decor, will close Dec. 31. 512-392-1103. www.centerpointstation.com
The new shop opened on Front Street on Jan. 6.
Kyle City Council renewed its contract with Texas Disposal Systems and accepted a $1.5 million donation from the company at its Jan. 21 meeting.
Residents attending the meeting will have the opportunity to address the proposed transit redesigns routes and other concepts based on feedback from a previous community meeting back in Oct. 2
Organizer Purly Gates said she hopes to make locals more aware of the potential impact of the project.
Moreno began her career at Kyle and Tom Green Elementary schools.
The doughnut and kolache shop opened on Main Street.
McCollum has worked for the cities of Cedar Park, Georgetown, Bastrop and San Marcos.
The owners have sold the property after receiving an offer on the land.
The new facility will replace the current Fire Station No. 2, which was built in 1954.
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Hays County commissioners and Kyle City Council approved a five-year property tax rebate in March.
Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District will be plaintiff in Permian Highway Pipeline lawsuit
The organization was party to a letter of intent to sue filed in October.