Mayor asks for Review of EIC Appointments

Kerrville Mayor Bonnie White wants the city council to review and consider action in executive session Tuesday regarding appointments to the Economic Improvement Corporation board of directors. The terms of four of the seven directors are due to expire, but not until...

Kerr County to sue Pharma Companies for Opioid Crisis

Kerr County has retained legal counsel to sue drug companies for their role in the opioid crisis that is taxing the resources of local governments. The commissioners Monday voted 3-1 (Precinct 1 Commissioner Harley Belew voting against) to retain Watts, Guerra LLP of...

Home Businesses and Street Traffic

Keeping tabs on home-operated businesses and finding solutions to traffic problems at key intersections kept Kerrville City Council members busy in their workshop Tuesday. Discussion of a proposed amendment to the zoning code regarding home occupations dominated most...

EIC Considers Redrafted Support Agreement

During its 4 p.m. Monday meeting at Kerrville City Hall, the Kerrville Economic Improvement Corporation will consider a new contract for administrative services with the city. In October, the EIC asked city staff to reconfigure the corporation’s annual administrative...

Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library Free At Last

County residents will again be able to use the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library for free starting Jan. 1. The Kerrville City Council unanimously approved Tuesday evening an agreement with Kerr County through which the county will provide animal control services inside...

Kerrville asks KPUB for Payment Restructure

The Kerrville Public Utility Board heard a request Wednesday from the city of Kerrville to restructure repayments on a $7.5 million loan it made to the city last year to help finance construction of a wastewater retention pond. Facing the need to spend millions...