Stories by Kim Hilsenbeck

Friday, July 10, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

It’s About Thyme to move: Nursery to be replaced by apartments

A longtime business on Manchaca Road is searching for a new home. It’s About Thyme nursery recently learned that the property on which it sits was sold for $2.8 million.The new business taking over that land? Apartments.Co-owner Diane Winslow recently…

Wednesday, June 3, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

Mountain City residents to council: Don’t change our town

Mountain City Council members appear to have a different view of the future of Mountain City than many residents of the tiny town. At least that is the impression after the May 20 public meeting.About 65 people attended the special…

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

Mountain City to Kyle: It’s not no, but let’s talk

Residents and guests packed into City Hall in Mountain City on Monday evening to hear more about the proposed interlocal agreement with Hays County and the City of Kyle involving a transfer of extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ). Located in Hays County,…

Monday, May 11, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

Hays County home appraisal values up for 2015

Hays County residents started seeing their annual notice of home appraisals in the mail this week. The Hays Central Appraisal District started sending out the notices — more than 76,000 of them — May 1.And some homeowners are not happy…

Monday, April 27, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

Hays to ask voters to OK new funds for ESD2 growth

Is it time for northeastern Hays County residents to start paying the full price for emergency medical services? Buda Fire Chief Clay Huckaby hopes voters will think so come May 9 when they have a chance to make a difference…

Friday, April 24, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

Hays commish calls out Buda mayor on Facebook

The cross-county water fight between the Wimberley/Driftwood area and Buda heated up this week as Hays County Commissioner Will Conley used his Facebook page to call out Buda Mayor Todd Ruge in an open letter, calling the city’s testimony at…

Friday, April 10, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

Hays County hears hydrologist on well project

The debate about the Electro Purification well project continued Tuesday in Hays County Commissioners Court as a neutral scientist weighed in on the data.District Senior Hydrologist and Aquifer Science Team Leader Brian Smith with the Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District…

Thursday, April 2, 2015 by Kim Hilsenbeck

Electro Purification reacts to LBG-Guyton report

Following last week’s findings of a hydrological evaluation by LBG-Guyton Associates on the effects of the Electro Purification water project on area wells, this week the water development company went on the defense.At Tuesday’s Hays County Commissioners Court, Electro Purification…

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