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+ HaysFreePress.com January 27, 2016 Page 1D BY MOSES LEOS III San Marcos PartnershipAntonio area. She said help the city expand San Antonio or New Hays Free Press Editor (GSMP), said the news is it's "preliminary" to say its tax base. But Ruge Braunfels. According to "exciting" for the region if San Marcos could was concerned aboutWebster, communities The possibility of a and the community, handle a professional financing of a stadium that are 15 to 20 miles professional football A professional sports stadium, as it would if it is built closer to from a venue such as a franchise making its stadium was one of require "thoughtful the San Marcos area. football stadium see a way to this region could the targets within theconsideration" from Ruge said a privately "bump" in the hotel and become reality. GSMP's Vision 2020 area municipalities, financed stadium would motel industry. According to a regional economic Talk of a football be preferable over one A new venue in the January report from plan. She said the team possibly involving Hays County region could also lead FoxSports.com, Oakland area between Austin moving to San as a partner, to an influx in other Raiders owner Mark and San Antonio is a Antonio was "We have a events, Webster said, Davis, son of the late AI "significant" population intriguing county lockup which could add to the Davis, allegedly secured center and market, for Buda that is benefit for nearby areas. a parcel of land halfway While the news overflowing "San Marcos is a little between Austin and San came "sooner than and we closer and would see a Antonio for a possible anticipated," Cruz can't figurelittle greater impact," move. The land could believes the attention it out how Webster said. "I think be used to build a new will generate is a benefit to finance it's mainly hotels and stadium, to the region, that," Ruge restaurants, for people The Raiders, In addition, she said said. "The that may be traveling according to the the news could add notion to that need a place to report, are playing interest for corporations give money stay." without a lease for a that are looking into Mayor Todd Ruge, to a billionaire Depending on the home stadium in 2016. an Austin-San Antonio but he also didn't for an NFL proximity to Kyle, According to a Jan. corridor that is rapidly believe Hays County team ... it Webster said the 15 report from ESPN, growing, would be the right wouldn't be a good "greater the benefit it is" business mogul Red "It is becoming more place for it. Ruge cited idea." to the city. McCombs has said San and more established several factors, which Kyle Mayor "If the Raiders would Antonio would be ready that the corridor is one included infrastructure Todd Webster saidcome to San Antonio, it and that he would be of the most dynamic inissues, he wasn't sure ifchanges people's sense interested in investing if the country," Cruz said. The resulting Kyle would be of place and how they needed. But Cruz said interestgrowth that "overwhelmed by feel about the area," Adriana Cruz, for a stadium has onlycould occur visitors" if a stadium Webster said. "It's a cool president of the Greater focused on the San could was built closer to thing to have." $2,500,000.00 $2,000,000.00 $1,500,000.00 $1,000,000.00 t Nov 2014 $500,000.00 J 882.603.79 Dec 2014 Jan 2015 Feb. 2015 March 2015 April 2015 May 2015 June 2015 July 2015 Aug. 2015 Sept 2015 Oct. 2015 Nov. 2015 1.029.129.00 1,114,036.20 1,079,196.63 2.251,087,90 1,293,520,83 1.357,684.98 1,148,833.03 1,269,184.22 1,008.234.37 1,223,808.49 1,364,797.95 1,032,822.43 Resi ients in Buda, Kyle and San Marcos spend over a million dollars every month in their local drinking establishments. Below is a breakdown of all the monthly al- cohol sales for all the establishments in Buda and Kyle with Mixed Beverage Permits and the top seven highest-selling establishments in San Marcos. Above is a chart showing when people drink most, at least in 2015. BUDA Chavelo's Mexican Restaurant Chili's Grill & Bar Cleveland's Comfort Suites Logan's Roadhouse Nonna Gina's Pinballz Kingdom Remingtom Family Distillers, I Super Slick's Tex Mex Bar & Grill Tavern on Main Willie's Joint KYLE Applebee's Casa Garcia's Casa Maria Center Field Dark Horse Desperado's Down South Railhouse El Rinconcito del Sabor EVO Entertainment Grind House Koy Chinese Restaurant Pho Thaison Piscis Mexican Seafood Restaurant Plum Creek Golf Course Thistlewood Wings to Go SAN MARCOS Black Rabbit Chimy's Harper's Pluckers Sean Patrick's Stonewall The Marc Zeticks Nov. 2014 2,767.00 35,383.88 19,986.87 1,901.94 19,460.90 6,084.93 41,903.88 NA 7,423.88 23,725.97 20,458.96 26,512.99 53,280.00 11,958.96 21,751.94 8,107.91 14,874.925 NA 2,350.90 27,030.90 NA 7,980.00 1,622.99 8,223.88 7,810.00 1,348.96 7,886.87 55,121.94 61,546.87 56,463.88 95,566.87 54,628.96 29,115.97 59,890.90 90,428.96 Dec. 2014 3,423.88 37,935.97 18,985.97 1,630.90 22,230.90 5,720.90 41,611.94 NA 7,560.00 22,987.91 14,991.94 27,068.96 56,527.91 12,167.91 20,462.99 9,664.93 25,067.91 NA 2,674.93 53,447.91 NA 11,130.895 1,832.985 9,676.87 3,010.00 0 6,570.90 64,351.94 59,618.96 68,217.91 92,318.96 50,791.94 108,044.92 71,67597 97,722.99 Jan. 2015 4,690.00 43,624.93 33,236.87 2,496.87 25,494.93 6,197.91 39,804.93 NA 7,820.90 25,521.94 11,470.00 29,008.96 56,118,96 11,234.93 37,631.94 9,265,97 47,855.97 NA 2,450.00 61,504.93 NA 11,902.99 2,168.96 11,734.93 4,733.88 0 7,614.93 61,620.00 69,205.97 55,872.99 121,427.91 66,916.87 94,365.97 91,518.96 89,52090 Feb 2015 4,556.87 37,458.96 19,248.96 2,001.94 22,813.88 7,484.93 38,102.99 NA 7,650.90 24,837.91 18,618.96 26,164.93 57,776.87 12,293.88 20,933.88 10,575.97 25,424.93 NA 2,782.99 48,943.88 NA 10,548.96 2,014.93 11,492.99 5,032.99 0 7,737.91 57,580.90 79,381.94 59.893.88 104,090.89 62,400.90 86,176.87 103,400.89 101,868.95 March 2015 4,242.99 38,886.87 21,446.87 1,915.97 22,370.00 6,810.00 45,827.91 NA 10,027.91 30,797.91 64,384.93 29,325.97 67,385.97 13,130.00 24,660.90 11,866,87 34,123.99 NA 3,754.93 47,337.91 NA 10,095.97 1,973.88 13,550.90 10,481.94 4,137.91 6,966.87 66,845.97 84,484.93 64,197.91 118,201.94 90,217.91 83,647.91 94,188.96 124.295.97 April 2015 6,078.96 43,202.99 19,723.88 1,916.87 25,642.99 7,586.87 38,735.97 NA 8,411.94 23,902.99 33,387.91 27,528.96 68,986.87 14,500.00 23,073.88 8,3O2.99 13,708.96 90,841.94 3,272.99 38,168.96 NA 10,576.87 2,056.87 12,752.99 13,448.96 112.99 5,300.00 76,135.97 95,176. 87 71,290.00 135,893.88 69,106.87 73,636.87 89,797.91 141,256.86 May 2015 4,338.96 37,915.97 23,765.97 2,946.87 24,825.97 8,955.97 43,457.91 NA 9,797.91 22,964.93 37,390.90 27,774.93 79,220.00 18,570.00 21,191.94 9,246.87 14,656.87 76;08299 3,704.93 51,357.91 NA 9,951.94 1,918.96 13,626.87 12,584.93 4,766.87 4,870.30 92,503.88 103,568.95 79,040.90 107,504.92 70,236.87 85,782.99 94,931.94 158,226.86 June 2015 3,672.99 37,400.00 26,571 94 1,901.94 25,493.88 7,145.97 42,355.97 NA 9,194.93 21,911.94 32,161.94 25,340.90 69.297.91 18,344.93 27,457.91 10,461.94 13,662.99 67,696.87 2,960.90 50,666.87 NA 7,105.97 1,585.97 13,561.94 11,923.88 0 5,864.93 62,984.93 69,245.97 59,632.99 105,144.92 60,025.97 73,930.00 83,850.90 132,433.88 July 2015 5,088.95 42,024.93 22,806.87 1,882.99 30,292.99 7,017.91 36,530.90 NA 9,160.00 19,790.00 32,161.94 24,145.97 69,634.93 16,580:00 30,716.87 11,013.88 11,413.88 75,995.97 2,860.00 47,862.99 NA 7,982.99 1,770.00 11,275.97 12,226.87 0 7,903.88 78,328.96 84,690.90 71,845.97 128,138.95 64,235.97 72,273.88 98,904.93 142,622.98 Aug. 2015 3,961.94 37,140.90 28,397.91 2,861.94 22,420.90 9,330.00 37,32597 3,780.00 9,245.97 21,612.99 32,183.88 25,353.88 71,305.97 11,350.90 37,143.88 12,068,96 14,165.97 66,253.88 2,425.97 42,676.87 NA 9,856.87 2,146.87 11,884.93 12,157.91 0 6,511.94 69,364.93 75,976.87 70,444.93 107,904.92 63,030.00 70,918.96 93,698.96 131,590.00 Sept. 2015 4,379.91 34,600.00 27,144.93 2,335.97 30,525.97 8,676.87 30,980.89 4,410.00 8,11687 19,213.88 :~8,337.91 25,208.96 62,524.93 10,303.88 44,:733.88 12,544.93 15,480.90 58,814.93 3,286.87 32,216.87 3,401.94 8,852.99 1,521.94 10,581.94 9,824:93 0 ~' 6,838.96 68,783.88 84,961.94 74,558.96 108,226.86 64,119.10 72,110.00 97,606.87 138,856.86 Oct. 2015 5,875.97 48,092.98 30,220.00 2,671.94 28,394.93 9,314.93 40,810.89 3,780.00 9,290.89 24,516.87 47,200.90 28,285,97 69,844.93 11,428.96 43,567.91 11,205.97 21,073.88 78,253.88 2,960.00 36,562.99 2,384.93 7,828.95 1,300.90 11,884,93 11,762.99 6,050 7,972.99 75,398.96 81,470.89 71,990.90 124,092.98 71,80493 77,186.87 t28,051.94 132,310 Nov. 2015 4,206.87 38,588.96 30,777.91 2,604.93 27,584.93 10,702.99 36,054,93 6,300.00 7,313,88 19,045.97 28,583.88 25,572.99 60,920.09 8,787.91 NR NR NR 64,200 1,578.96 47,372,99 NA 7,694.93 1,565.97 8,57597 3,726.87 0 7,721.94 58,761,94 80,840.90 49,515.97 101,200.89 66,567.91 62,155.97 116,582.98 102,540.00