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Trail extension a step in right direction

Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2019 8:42 am

On Tuesday, the Kerrville City Council approved a pair of requests that will allow H-E-B to move ahead with plans for its Main Street Location.

Not only will a new, expanded location no doubt prove a boon to the city, but Kerrville deserves a remodeled store — after all, the San Antonio-based grocery chain got its start right here.

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  • Brownwood posted at 6:49 pm on Mon, Jan 14, 2019.

    Brownwood Posts: 185

    Fitness is a great thing! Everyone who spends money in Kerrville is paying for this.

     
  • political42 posted at 9:35 am on Fri, Jan 11, 2019.

    political42 Posts: 939

    It certainly is the right direction for the EIC to go when spending our tax dollars. Much better than supporting private parties such as Collett(sp) to help them tear down buildings.

     

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