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Members of the Floresville Planning and Zoning Committee use a map of the city to propose future land- use scenarios with consultant Chris Stewart (second from left) of Stewart Planning Consulting during a May 29 workshop.
Wilson County News June 5, 2013 4,064 views 2 comments
FLORESVILLE -- In addition to developing a plan for how the city of Floresville should utilize land for residential and commercial use, consultant Chris Stewart of Austin-based Stewart Planning Consulting, LLC reminded the Floresville Planning and Zoning Committee at a May 29 workshop that the city’s transportation infrastructure should not be a forgotten part of the process. . . .
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A super street like 281 by Stone Oak? Has anyone ventured out that way? In no way did that help the traffic for that area. Thursday I left work early to go to the post office before it closed. The traffic on 181 was horrible. ... More ›
A super street like 281 by Stone Oak? Has anyone ventured out that way? In no way did that help the traffic for that area. Thursday I left work early to go to the post office before it closed. The traffic on 181 was horrible. Especially near the school. If anything they need to figure alternate routes for school buses, faculty, and parents to get around that area. And a bypass for the oil trucks specifically would be nice.