City Losing Money to Shopping ‘Leakage’

Kerrville has the potential to be a destination for retailers. That’s according to Aaron Farmer, senior vice president of The Retail Coach, who presented the findings of a retail study to the Kerrville City Council on Tuesday. The study was commissioned by the city to...

Work at Brinks Crossing

The low-water crossing at Center Point River Road will soon undergo some repairs. On Monday, the Kerr County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a request from the county engineer to fix the area, also known as Brinks Crossing. “It was been slowly eroding through...

City Election Results

Political rookie Bill Blackburn has ousted incumbent Kerrville Mayor Bonnie White by 24 percentage points.   Kerrville City Council Place 3 candidate Judy Eychner, who aligned herself with Blackburn during their campaigns, had a nearly identical win against Gary...

Comp Plan: Public Progress Posting

The Kerrville Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee is a step closer to putting the finishing touches on the update to the city’s master plan On Tuesday, committee members hosted a meeting at the Hill Country Youth Event Center to discuss the ways they’ve changed the...

City Sales Tax Shortfall

Disagreement over the city’s budget, simmering since last fall’s 3-2 vote to cut the property tax rate by 1.97 percent, resurfaced at Tuesday’s Kerrville City Council meeting. During her monthly report to the council, finance director Amy Dozier said due to “almost...

Rent Rebate Complaint in Review

The Texas Attorney General’s office is reviewing a complaint that offering rental rebates for voting in the Kerrville City Council election constituted bribery under state law. Office of the Attorney General spokeswoman Kayleigh Lovvorn confirmed Thursday that the...