Update for July 17, 2014 

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Next update will be available on Thursday,
July 24, 2014. 
 

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Former HPD officer loses life in bike accident....  San Antonio Park Police Officer Douglas Rivers was killed Saturday afternoon when he collided with a tree in an off-duty accident. His body was found by a passerby.  READ MORE

 
 

Controversial change voted down....  Hondo City Council on Monday bowed to the will of citizens and voted against a zone change necessary for Paces Foundationís proposed Manor Lane Senior Apartments.      Read More

Council reconvenes to address zoning, workshop on possible Ave. K closure....  Hondo City Council resumed its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m. in council chambers.   Read More
PHOTOS / DIANE COSGROVE

A City of Hondo Water Department crew worked late Friday (left) to fix a busted water main on Ave. Q, just south of Woolls Intermediate School. Water was released from a hydrant (above) on the southwest corner of 30th Street and Ave. Q to relieve pressure and allow the men to complete the the repair.

Donít Let Skeeters  Bug you!.....   The City of Hondo encourages everyone to check their property for standing water. Flower pots, abandoned tires, birdbaths, buckets, gutters, and other items that collect water, need to be emptied to prohibit mosquitoes from multiplying.
     The City is actively treating standing water and space spraying to reduce mosquitoes when standing water has been eliminated.
     The Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) highly recommends the use of insect repellent, particularly in the evenings, to help guard against mosquito bites. Approved repellents are those that contain DEET, picaridin, or oil of lemon eucalyptus.

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