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City Council Recap June 15, 2021

A proposed zoning change for a nearly 59-acre property along West San Antonio St/SH-142, an examination of state and local regulations addressing homelessness, budget proposals, and a review of COVID-19 protocols in Lockhart topped last night’s City Council meeting.


Zoning Change: City Council approved the zoning change request on a nearly 59-acre property located in the 1800-2000 blocks of West San Antonio Street/SH-142. The decision allows the developer to build single family homes, apartment housing and commercial businesses along the street. It will also include an extension of Windsor Boulevard.


Rules and Regulations on Homelessness: City Council directed Staff to draft an ordinance that consolidates city and state regulations concerning homelessness. Just hours before the City Council meeting, Governor Abbott signed HB 1925, which forbids local governments from prohibiting or discouraging enforcement of the public camping ban.


COVID-19 in Lockhart: Council wants to continue giving the public and board/commission members the option to attend meetings virtually. Council members also asked Staff to post information on which local providers have doses of the COVID-19 vaccine available. The Caldwell County Office of Emergency Management stopped vaccinations at Adams Gym Sunday, the 13th, because of very low turnout and the availability of other options.


Caldwell County Appraisal District Budget: Council approved the Caldwell County Appraisal District’s proposed FY 2022 budget.


GBRA Budget: Council also approved the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority’s (GBRA) proposed Water and Wastewater Treatment Budgets for FY 2022.


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