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I think residents will see these improvements happening very soon." -Todd Ruge, Buda mayor "This is a major suc- soon." cess for the city," Ruge Other officials and said. "I think residents groups participating will see these improve- in the event included ments happening very the Hays High Marine Corp Jr. ROTC, the Buda Police Department and four students from Buda Elementary School, Buda Main Street Advisory Board Chair Matthew Wright, Caflin Ellis from the Buda Downtown Merchants Group, Nancy Brinkley from the Historical Preservation Commission and Linda Kocher from the Hays County Historical Com- mission. Later Hours Continued from pg. 1 D venues and restaurants in the rural areas that have mixed beverage permits could be im- pacted. But Whisenant also wanted to "make it clear" that by extending the hours, responsibil- ity extends to license holders who seek late hour permits to protect citizens. He later said the ordinance would add responsibility for law enforcement. "It assigns a greater responsibly that people you are serving are served properly and not to the extent to where they provide harm to themselves or the pub- lic," Whisenant said. Conley voted in favor of the measure, but also asked county staff to provide an inventory of drinking establishments in unincorporated areas. Travis Tindol, co- owner of the Hays City Store, which resides in an unincorporated area between Kyle and Driftwood, said based on their clientele and location, there hasn't been request to stay open later. Tindol said he wasn't sure how the ordinance could impact business in the county. "It doesn't do a whole lot for us and our busi- ness concept," Tindol said. "The latest we're going to be open is midnight. It's just not in our business concept for later hours." Jeff Bar- nett, Kyle Police Department chief, said officers haven't experienced a "significant impact" on operations after city council extended alco- hol sale hours. Only two existing businesses, Room 111 Parlor and Dark Horse Tavern on Center Street, have late-hours permits from the TABC. While there are oc- casional calls for service to the downtown area, where many of the city's bars are located, there hasn't been a drastic increase in driving while intoxicated (DWI) ar- rests. Barnett said the im- pact of Kyle's extended hours law allows for business to stay in the Kyle area. TABC also tries to educate and hold ac- "This is a major success for the city ... I think residents will see these improvements happening very soon." -Todd Ruge, Buda Mayor countable businesses to make sure they aren't over-serving, Barnett said. "Officers do walk- throughs in the bars on the weekends," Barnett said. "They walk through and remind people the police department is out there." ~... ~ .~ -'g..& &..& ..s~ N../:! "-'?i %.. ~.......~. N .. ~ ~$....:,.$~ .~: Man',Chaca AustiS"i (On the Rd.) .... 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