The Kerrville City council once again took up the subject of approving Conditional Use Permits, one for a home in a residential area and another for an RV and cabin park.

The residence, at 205 Starkey Street, faced several complaints during the hearing at the Planning & Zoning committee, but no one appeared at the council meeting to protest the change. Council member Judy Eychner read an email she received from a resident near the proposed bed-and-breakfast, which expressed concern about people moving through the neighborhood that are not known to the other residents.

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