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City Council Passes Amendment, Requires Qualifying Businesses Pay Workers “Living Wage”

By Kasandra Garza Assistant News Director    San Marcos City Council has passed a new amendment in the city’s Economic Development Policy that  requires all employers qualifying for an economic development incentive to pay their employees a minimum of $15 … Continue reading City Council Passes Amendment, Requires Qualifying Businesses Pay Workers “Living Wage”

Election day 2015

City Council Candidate Frank Arredondo Awaits Results, Discusses Vision

by Kasandra Garza, Hannah Rucker, Sara Weaver News Reporters City Council candidate Frank Arredondo is running for place five against Scott Gregson.  Arredondo’s general consultant, John Eakin, said Arredondo’s campaign is focused on three key aspects: creating jobs, maintaining infrastructure … Continue reading City Council Candidate Frank Arredondo Awaits Results, Discusses Vision

Tuesday News Rundown (11-4-14)

By Emily Parma Assistant Web Content Manager Election Day is finally here and polls will be open until 7 p.m. at various locations across the county. Registered voters will decide who will be the next U.S. representatives, Texas governor and San Marcos mayor, among others. A flood watch has been issued for Hays County and surrounding Central Texas areas for later tonight and early tomorrow morning. A cold front is expected to bring an average of two-to-four inches of rain, with some areas receiving up to seven inches. City Communications Specialist Trey Hatt said if there is a danger of … Continue reading Tuesday News Rundown (11-4-14)