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Page 6A NmS Hays Free Press • April 15, 2015 / HAYS FREE PRESS FILE PHOTO SUBMn'rED REPORT watering days. The use ..... of automated irrigation Beginning April 15, systems is strictly pro- the City of Buda will hibited. Waste of water is enact a mandatory city- also prohibited including wide Stage Three Water failing to repair leaks and Conservation Period for any irrigation that allows approximately 45 days. water runoff. This is due to mainte- Other restrictions nance improvements to include residential car a ground storage water washing, limited to once tank. Hand held water- weekly on designated day ing will be allowed on using hand-held bucket. residents, established Ch ity cat washing is not allowed unless at a com- mercial car wash, filling of new swimming pools is not allowed, non-recircu- lating water features are prohibited. Buda officials said there will be zero toler- ance during this 45-day period and fines will be issued for non-compli- ance. Learn more at www. ci.buda.tx.us/watercon- servation. Kyle Depot Renewed Continued from pg. 1A state. It was one reason To date, the Kyle train Ultimately, turning why the city added a depot board collected the depot into a visitor's budget amendment of more than $1 million for center and museum is $9,500 to the third phase the restoration; roughly the goal. for lighting that was $650,000 of that stem-Hendrix said the Kyle "representative of the ming from donations• In- train depot board has fo- original lighting for the cluded is a $25,000 grant cused on using the depot depot/' from the Lower Colorado in documenting the city's Using wood from River Authority. longstanding history longleaf pine trees and The city contributed with the railroad. other original materi- $250,000 in dedicated For Johnson, the abil- als that were a part of Hotel Occupancy Tax ity for Kyle to connect the original depot is funds. The city recently with its past is a critical planned, appropriated $125,000 to component in preparing While it was more ex- the restoration, for the future. pensive in the long run, Following the comple- With the iconic nature Johnson said it was "well tion of the third phase, of the building, Johnson worth it." roughly $1.8 million will believes the depot can be "We wanted to keep have gone toward restor- a draw for people inter- the original integrity of ing the structure, ested in learning about the [depot]," Johnson A fourth phase is the city's history. said. "This is going to be planned, but according"I think a lot of people a perfect building." to Johnson, it has notcan stop by and learn Restoring Kyle's train been contracted out. about the history of Kyle depot was first concep- The phase would involve and why Kyle is there," tualized when the depot installing fencing andJohnson said. 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