Newspaper Archive of
Hays Free Press
Kyle, Texas
September 29, 2010     Hays Free Press
PAGE 3     (3 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 29, 2010

Newspaper Archive of Hays Free Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Hays Free Press September 29, 2010 NEWS Page 3A Fire & Fine Arts Continued from pg. 1A performs on Saturday as does Kristen Kelly & the Modern Day Drifters. Fire Fest runs from 5 p.m. to midnight on Friday, and 9 a.m. to midnight on Saturday. For information, visit the event's website at firefest- Buda Fine Arts Festival will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the greenbelt along Main Street. The festival kicks off 7 p.m. Friday with the premier art event, Art After Dark~featur- ing artist Shou-Ping and a live jazz performance by Liz Morphis. Admission to.the event is $15 at the door. The festival continues 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Live music acts include Mor- ris Nelms, Sally Allen, W M David, James Corry, Phil and Debi Jones of Sunrise Minis- tries and The Blue Hit. Admission to the festival is free. \ PHOTOS BY JEN BIUNO0 Aly Winningham displays her hand-crafted mobiles at last year's Buda Fine Arts Festival. at Post Oak in by Main Street 'ments as Low as Come Out Oct. 2, 3 & 4 to Our 3-Day Sale and Save Up to $25,000!* Plus, Zero-Down Financing is Available! Call Elisabeth at 685-6656 or log onto Library Zoning Continued from pg. 1A protest the proposed zoning change, saying they fear it would open more of Old Town Kyle to denser redevelopment than is allowed under CBD 1 zoning. More than one recalled the 2008 fight over Shipley Donut's request to change the zoning on a Center Street lot from CBD1 to CBD2, a request the city council at the time granted. "You give [businesses] an inch, and they take a foot," said Angie Chapa, who lives on Center Street and helped organize opposition to the earlier rezoning. Her neighbor, Helen Brown- Kay, said the proposed library tract rezoning was a "down- grading of a historical neigh- borhood." The council at its Sept. 21 meeting did not act on the proposed rezoning but also did not resolve the issue. Pos- sible solutions "include, but not limited to, changing the zoning, having the city donate said Jerry Hendrix, the city's acres in the 500 block of Scott right-of-way to extend the spokesperson. Street, where it turns and lot, or moving or redesigning The new Kyle Community becomes Moore Street. that portion of the building," Library will be built on 2.2 CITY OF BUDA Board/Commission Vacancies The Buda City Cotmcil will be accepting completed Boards/Commissions ap- plication forms from Buda Citizens interested in serving on Parks and Recreation Commission. The Parks and Recreation Commission meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Applications may be picked up at City Hall located at 121 Main St, Buda, during normal business hours, Monday through Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm, and on Fridays from 7:30 am- 4:00 pm or you may access the website at to download a copy of the Boards/Commissions application. Completed applications should be submitted to the City Secretary at tmilam@ or mailed to PO Box 1218, Buda, TX 78610. Application will be ac- cepted through October 13, 2010. Please contact City Hall at 512-312-0084 with any questions. "With 18years of experience in the District Clerk's office, l have acquired unique credentials encom- passing each and every level of service, support and fiscal responsibility for the office." Vote For Experience on November #rid Paid Pol, Adv. by the Beverly Cowan Crumley Campaign Fund CITY OF BUDA HOME RULE CHARTER REVIEW COMMITTEE TO BE FORMED In 2007, Buda residents voted to become a Home Rule City. The City Charter states that in the third year (3rd) after the Charter is adopted, the City Council shall appoint a nine (9) member Charter Review Committee to inquire into the operation of the City government under the Charter and determine whether any provisions of the current Charter requires being revised. This nine (9) member Committee will be tasked to review the Charter, propose recommen- dations, and report their findings to Council. The term of the Charter Review Committee shall be not longer than nine (9) months. The City will be accepting completed Boards/Commissions application forms from City of Buda residents, living in the city.limits, interested in serving on the Home Rule Charter Review Committee. Application forms may be picked up at City Hall, 121 Main St., Buda, during normal business hours, Monday through Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm, and on Fridays from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm. You may also access the website at to download a copy of the Boards/ Commissions application and mail the application to City Secretary, Toni Milam, P. O. Box 1218, Buda, TX 78610. Completed applications will be accepted through October 13, 2010. Questions may be directed to City Hall by calling 512 312-0084. START HERE, GET THERE.