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Public Fishing Access Areas Open Friday On Guadalupe River

Public Fishing Access Areas Open Friday on Guadalupe River

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has signed temporary lease agreements with four Guadalupe River property owners to expand public access to the trout fishery downstream of Canyon Lake. Public fishing access will be available at Rio Guadalupe Resort (formerly Rio Raft and Resort), and Whitewater Sports from Friday, Dec. 2, through May 2, 2017. Additional access will be available at Mountain Breeze Campground Dec. 2 through April 16 and at Camp Huaco Springs from Dec. 2 through March…

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Cibolo Nature Center And Herff Farm Where It’s Going And Where It’s Been

Cibolo Nature Center and Herff Farm Where it’s going and where it’s been

On Monday, November 28 a presentation about Cibolo Nature Center and Farm was made to County Judge Darrel Lux and the Commissioner’s court. John Schilhab, President of the board of trustees, accompanied by Executive Director and Founder Carolyn Chipman Evans, gave a brief history of the non-profit, it’s perspective and how it’s combating problems going into the future. For those who are not familiar, Cibolo Nature Center, adjacent to Boerne City Park, is a 100 acre nature preserve with Cibolo…

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Commentary: Digital Billboards Are More Trouble Than Some May Suggest

Commentary: Digital billboards are more trouble than some may suggest

In the recently published commentary, “Texas cities should upgrade billboard laws for digital age,” Russ Horton suggested that Austin and other Texas cities quickly “consider carefully crafting” digital sign agreements with sign owners or “find themselves left behind by the digital revolution.” He urges cities to allow off-premise electronic digitally changing commercial advertising signs because “most of the state’s largest metropolitan areas” allow them and because business owners are allowed to have them for their on-premise commercial activities. Horton leaves…

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