Kerrville: Let Them Drink Tasty Water!

Good taste steered the Kerrville City Council to pursue the more expensive of two options to solve a problem that has the city’s water supply under state scrutiny. The council unanimously directed staff Tuesday to further pursue the granulated activated carbon...

Kerrville 2050: Brainstorming

With the city’s population expected to jump from 24,000 to 38,000 in the next 30 years, Kerrville community leaders have a lot to consider for the 30-year plan it is now embarking upon. During a community retreat Saturday, city officials and area residents gathered to...

Council Agenda: Library And Animal Control

Resolution of the five-year standoff between Kerr County and the city of Kerrville over free library service to county residents came closer to reality Monday as county commissioners approved a proposed agreement. The Kerrville City Council is scheduled to consider...

Council Agenda: City Attorney Contract

Kerrville’s city council Tuesday will once again take up the matter of evaluating City Attorney Mike Hayes’ work performance and agreeing on a contract with him. Those items are on the agenda for the regular session, which starts at 6 p.m. in council chambers at...

Is KPUB Bringing the Power?

Kerrville Public Utility Board directors will get an update on ongoing negotiations regarding a community solar program in their monthly meeting Wednesday morning. Directors will discuss negotiations during an executive session, but CEO and General Manager Mike...