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Area Burn-Ban updates

todayApril 14, 2022

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In Kerr County:  fire officials want to reiterate to everyone that they must please adhere to ongoing Burn Bans.
Local fire departments have been quite busy lately:  the Center Point Volunteer Fire Dept. has responded to 6 burn ban violations in the past 2 weeks;
Ingram VFD has been dispatched to 4 incidents in recent weeks.
Please remember. the City of Kerrville Parks and Rec. has announced that no ash-producing fires are permittable within any of the city’s parks.
This announcement includes free-standing grills and also prohibits smoking, including e-cigarettes.
Forecasts are predicting elevated fire dangers Thursday throughout much of the holiday weekend.
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Gillespie County Commissioners approve replat of Lot 10 in Kristen’s Hill Subdivision near Harper

Gillespie County Commissioners approved the replat of Lot 10 in the Kristen's Hill subdivision near Harper at this week's regularly scheduled meeting. Some residents voiced some concerns over the increase in water wells and septic systems throughout the property. However, commissioners stated that "We don't have a lot of leeway when it comes to granting or denying these types of applications as long as they comply with the state's regulations […]

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