Thursday, December 3, 2020

Big turnout decides local races in Kerrville and Kerr County

The final numbers are in (although they'll remain unofficial until all mail-in ballots are counted and the vote is officially canvassed) and Kerr County saw a huge turnout for local races including Kerrville City Council, Sheriff, Commissioners Court Precinct 1, and the...

Court acknowledges error; pro-life resolution passes

Last week, Commissioners Court voted on a controversial pro-life resolution sponsored by the Kerr County Patriots. During that meeting, Commissioners Belew and Harris voted in favor of the resolution, Moser voted against, and Letz and Judge Kelly abstained. Following that vote, Judge...

Evaluating the housing deal on Olympic Drive

The housing crisis in Kerrville and Kerr County is well-defined. The median home price has climbed steadily from a median sales price of $234,000 in the third quarter of 2019 to a median sales price of $300,500 in August 2020 (Kerrville Board...

CORRECTED: Patriots’ controversial pro-life resolution

EDITOR'S NOTE: On Monday, October 26, Commissioners Court announced that Judge Rob Kelly was in error when he announced that the motion failed. See our new article for more information. This article has been corrected, too. Kerr County Commissioners...

Council will consider workforce housing development agreement

A special called meeting of the Kerrville City Council on Wednesday will feature discussion and possible action regarding a subdivision agreement with Lennar Homes of Texas Land and Construction. The development would include 125 lots of single-family detached housing priced from $185,000...

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