Saturday, April 4, 2020

Workforce Housing Project in the works

In January, the Economic Improvement Corporation heard from city staff about the progress of a project that would create workforce housing to support primary jobs. The housing would be constructed along Peterson Farm Road, and a feasibility study is underway by Freese & Nichols,...

Economic Improvement: What has EIC funded in the past five years?

Recently the Economic Improvement Corporation (EIC) had an opportunity to review all of the projects it helped fund in the previous five years. The EIC approves and recommends projects to the city council, who then approve them again and provide funding. The money comes from...

Random Factoid: How many female mayors has Kerrville had?

The first and only female mayor to serve the City of Kerrville was Mrs. Zelma Boyd Hardy. She was mayor from 1973 to 1976. She also holds the honor of being the first woman on Kerrville's City Council. She served on council from 1970-1976,...

Introducing our Wiki Page!

Now available at http://www.kerrvilleunited.com/wiki A wiki is a living, collaborative information system that is designed to link together lots of disparate information into one comprehensible database. You may have heard of Wikipedia? Our new wiki uses the exact same technology, but the subject matter is limited...

Tired of all the big trucks coming through town?

We may soon see relief. TxDOT plans to excavate dirt and pavement under the I-10 and Harper Highway intersection to provide more clearance for trucks passing under the overpass. The clearance used to be about 16'-8", but now is only 15'-5". Trucks with big...

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