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Old December 23rd, 2010, 08:31 PM   #1
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Del Rio, Texas-The Best of the Border!


Get to know this great border town in Texas!

Relive the past by visiting Seminole Canyon State Park

or catch a bite at Amistad National Recreation Area (Amistad Lake), #1 Bass fishing lake in the world and a mecca for water sports!

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Old December 24th, 2010, 12:09 AM   #2
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fantastic thread.

i have a friend living there right now... she can't corroborate how "great" it is though.
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Old December 24th, 2010, 03:54 AM   #3
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fantastic thread.

i have a friend living there right now... she can't corroborate how "great" it is though.
lol! Well everyone is entitled to their opinions.

I used to live there for quite some time. To me it's a jewel that must be discovered. There are many things you can do around the area. They have state and national parks, a creek with trails. I'll keep uploading pictures to showcase whats to offer in this great city and surrounding area!
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TPWD Proposes New State Park Along Devils River

TPWD Proposes New State Park Along Devils River


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AUSTIN – Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission consideration of a proposal to buy land for a new state park or natural area on the Devils River has been postponed, pending the outcome of a public briefing to the commission’s Conservation Committee tomorrow.

“This is unquestionably the right and responsible course of action,” said Carter Smith, TPWD executive director. “We have heard loudly and clearly from trusted partners, stakeholders, and many interested citizens, many of whom have requested more time to consider this project. Quite simply, we have an obligation to our constituents, who maintain appropriately high expectations about the level of public engagement needed before a decision of this magnitude is reached. We will not compromise that public trust and have advised our commission of the importance of deferring formal action on this proposal.”

The proposal was originally on the commission agenda for both Nov. 3 and 4. But the topic has now been pulled from the Nov. 4 full commission agenda. It will be discussed in executive session and during a public briefing tomorrow to the commission’s Conservation Committee, which will meet along with other committees starting at 9 a.m. Such committee work sessions are not set up to take to take public comments, but TPWD is continuing to accept comments pending full commission action.

Depending on the outcome of tomorrow’s commission briefing, the department is ready to set more public meetings about the project in coming weeks. These would be similar to previous meetings about the proposal held Oct. 20 in Del Rio and Oct. 26 in San Antonio.

The proposal would result in the exchange of the existing Devils River State Natural Area as partial payment for a privately owned ranch downriver, which would become a new state park or natural area. The department has compiled maps, photos, questions and answers, conservation easement documents and other resources to explain the complex project in a Devils River Land Acquisition News Roundup on its website.
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TPW Commission Approves Devils River Land Acquisition

TPW Commission Approves Devils River Land Acquisition
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Media Contact: Mike Cox, 512-389-8046, mike.cox@tpwd.state.tx.us
Dec. 20, 2010

TPW Commission Approves Devils River Land Acquisition

AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Monday authorized the acquisition of nearly 18,000 acres of biologically diverse and culturally significant land in Val Verde County with 10 miles of frontage along the pristine Devil’s River by leveraging $4 million in public dollars with more than $10 million in private donations.

“What an exciting Christmas gift for the State of Texas,” Commission chair Peter Holt said moments after the commission voted unanimously to authorize Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Executive Director Carter Smith to formally close the purchase of the Devils River Ranch later this week.

The ranch, which adjoins the 67,000-acre Amistad National Recreation Area, has been appraised at $15,875,000 but the owner agreed to sell the property to TPWD for $13 million as well as donating several hundred thousand dollars worth of ranch equipment and furnishings to the state.

TPWD will use $10.1 million in private donations, $2.7 million in state funds allocated for park land acquisition and $1.3 million in federal Land and Water Conservation Fund dollars to acquire the property. The donations also will cover operating expenses for two-and-a-half years as well as development of a master plan for joint public use of the ranch and the Devils River State Natural Area, 12.7 miles upstream.

A proposal to exchange the 20,000-acre state natural area for the Devils River Ranch was pulled from the Nov. 4 commission agenda after TPWD heard extensive public input. At the time, the commission directed TPWD staff to continue exploring options to acquire new land along the river while keeping the existing state natural area and working toward achieving a balance between recreational use of the land and protection of the wild stream’s sensitive resources.

“The Devil’s River Ranch is a stunning piece of property with incredible potential,” said Commissioner Dan Hughes, who after visiting the site led the fund-raising effort along with agency director Smith. “This land is a treasure for all generations to come.”

At Monday’s meeting, of 13 persons who testified before the commission, all said they favored the Devils River Ranch purchase. Of 24 written comments received from the public by TPWD, 20 supported the purchase.

“The public input process has worked the way it should – we’ve heard from Texans across the state and have been responsive to that input,” Holt said. “One of the things we’ll be doing in response to that input is putting together a working group to develop a long term plan for the protection of the river and for ongoing operation of the two units of the Devils River State Natural Area.”

Holt said the working group will include landowners, paddlers, businesses, non-profit partners and others who will seek solutions to address the recreational interests of Devils River users as well as the property rights of adjacent landowners.

“We anticipate that it will take two-and-a-half years to complete the master plan for the operation of the two units of the Devils River State Natural Area,” said Smith. “While that is taking place, public access to the current Devils River SNA will remain open. In the meantime, we’ll also be stepping up law enforcement patrols by Texas game wardens all along the river.”

Commissioners Monday also approved acquisition of about 14 acres of private land just north of the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens. The tract will be used to build a small reservoir to provide water for fish hatchery ponds.
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Old December 27th, 2010, 10:57 PM   #6
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do you not read the news about the situations at the border currently?
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Drove through Del Rio on the way to Big Bend last month.
I wasnt too impressed it just seemd to be a dirty and cluttered small town to me.
The citizens are lucky to have scenic places to escape to in such close proximity.
The border violence comment is unwarranted as Del Rio has very little violent crime. There were only 2 murders in 2009, 2 in 2008, and none in the 2 prior years.
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do you not read the news about the situations at the border currently?
I read it everyday and visit Coahuila quite often.

I've been across to Ciudad Acuna (Del Rio's border Mexican city) and there seems to be no drug violence at all. Acuna is really safe and is tourist friendly. Businesses are really loosing money because less and less American tourists are visiting because of the violence that happened in other cities in Mexico.
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Drove through Del Rio on the way to Big Bend last month.
I wasnt too impressed it just seemd to be a dirty and cluttered small town to me.
The citizens are lucky to have scenic places to escape to in such close proximity.
The border violence comment is unwarranted as Del Rio has very little violent crime. There were only 2 murders in 2009, 2 in 2008, and none in the 2 prior years.
Like other cities, it has its goods and its bads...but yes, we are very lucky to have these natural beauties close to us.

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Love this creek in the summer! Perfect for tubing down the river and riding your bike along the water.
Del Rio has beautiful places to visit within the city, such as Tardy Dam, on San Felipe Creek. Walkways, playgrounds and picnic areas abound along the scenic banks of this crystal clear, spring fed waterway. Next time you visit Del Rio, you'll want to include a relaxing walk along the San Felipe, as it lazily winds it's way through beautifully manicured parks and neighborhoods. And, if the walk has you working up an appetite, picnic at one of the many shaded tables, or stroll down to Memo's Restaurant, for some authentic Mexican cuisine, served with a view, along the banks of the beautiful San Felipe!-drchamber.com[IMG]http://t3.************/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTHadg9hvUQG_pZY8fIf004qmtbWgh47DitqfFWAhRa9POEtuHUbA[/IMG]


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Old February 4th, 2011, 10:00 PM   #11
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Test Your Metal- Adventure Race!

Test your mettle - Adventure Race VII coming up

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If you’re looking for a little bit of adventure, Laughlin Air Force Base has just the event.
Adventure Race VII will be held Saturday, April 9, beginning at 8 a.m. near the Losano Fitness Center on Laughlin Air Force Base.
A test of athleticism and teamwork, the race will feature 28 miles of biking, seven miles of running and 3 to 5 miles of rafting across the waters of Lake Amistad.
Civilian and military teams are invited to compete in standard 5 to 8 person teams or four-person Xtreme teams.
Each team must have at least four members on the course at all times, but there will be spots where substitutions can be made. Xtreme teams will have their members take part in all three disciplines with no subs.
According to event organizers, the fee is $100 per team.
Teams are advised to wear good, sturdy running shoes, a team T-shirt, their own off-road bicycles as well as helmets and eye protection, and they may bring their own life vests as long as they are safety rated.
Race organizers will provide the rafts.
In addition, there will also be secret events that will test a group’s teamwork and, as organizers explain, could help or hinder a team’s overall time.
“Any team that’s thinking about participating in the adventure race should be ready for something challenging, both physically and mentally. If it’s raining, they have to deal with that. They’ll have to deal with natural obstacles such as rocks and trees. It’s beyond your normal triathlon,” Capt. Kris Johnson, one of the race organizers, said.
The Adventure Race is a homegrown event that Johnson and fellow race organizer Capt. Jen Moore said can only be found at Laughlin Air Force Base.
They said that while the race itself is an athletic event with prizes going to the top teams, it also helps teams build camaraderie and can turn into a fun, social event.
“We know there are people who are working to be more fit, so this is an event that they’ll go out and train for and implement what they’ve practiced,” Johnson said.
“It can be a showcase for the abilities of great athletes.”
“The other great thing about the race is that it shows off what this area has to offer. From Laughlin to the bike ride through the city and then the beautiful Lake Amistad, there’s a lot to offer all those people who will be coming here to compete,” Moore added.
A total of 52 teams competed in the event last year, and organizers are hoping to have at least 75 this year.
According to Joel Langton, Laughlin Air Force Base chief of public affairs, the more teams that participate means a greater economic impact for the community.
“Many of the teams that compete come here from out of town. We’ve had teams from across the state come to Del Rio for the Adventure Race and they always need some place to stay and some place to eat. That affects Del Rio; and it’s getting bigger every year,” Langton said. “We’ve also had a lot of great local sponsors step up and help make this event a success.”
The top team the past three years has been the 86th Flying Training Squadron from Laughlin Air Force Base, and they’re looking for their fourth consecutive win this year.
Capt. Keaton Askew was a member of the winning team last year and said he’s looking forward to competing again this year.
While he competed in all three events, with the rowing being his most challenging, Askew said anyone thinking about taking part shouldn’t be intimidated when it comes to the physical part of the race.
“It always depends on how you participate. To me, the draw of the race is the camaraderie. You look out and you see everyone is just happy to be out there. Most people are out there to have fun,” Askew said. “Though we won last year, we didn’t train as a team. Our biggest intent was just to be participants. I’d encourage everyone who can to take part. Go out and showcase your ability. Believe me, a lot of camaraderie and bonding takes place over a day of blood, sweat and tears.”
Registration for the event is already open and teams interested in participating are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible.
Teams can download registration forms, race rules and waiver forms at www.laughlinservices.com/Adventure Race VII.htm.
For more information on the event, contact Johnson at 419-571-3102 or Moore, or her husband Rob, at 516-524-3694.
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Marshall Coming to Plaza del Sol Mall

Marshall Coming to Plaza del Sol Mall
A new business will be calling Plaza del Sol Mall home this fall. Levcor, Inc., owners and management of the mall, announced Friday that Marshalls will be opening a store in Del Rio.
Marshalls will become the mall's fourth department store and will be situated in front of the movie theater, Cinemark Movies 8. Construction on the existing location will begin this month and the store is scheduled to open in October. The store will occupy 30,000 square feet, states a press release announcing the opening.
Marshalls is the second national store to open its doors at the mall this year.
"With the introduction of Marshalls to the Del Rio area market and with the opening The Children's Place this past May starts the re-merchandising of Plaza del Sol Mall. The retail landscape and the addition of retail sales dollars to the local economy will bolster the area's economic presence," said Levcor President Larry Levine.
When perusing Marshalls, Levcor and mall General Manager Blanca Larson emphasized the huge population of government employees in the area including Border Patrol and Customs officers, the U.S. Air Force men and women and many others who reside in the area.
No other community in the area has a Marshalls store and Larson said they plan to heavily advertise Marshalls in surrounding communities.
"Not only will consumers have more variety, this addition is one more reason to shop Del Rio first and to keep those sales tax dollars at home," Larson added.
Marshalls will be adding anywhere between 45 to 65 new jobs to the Del Rio market, she said. She plans to put the Marshalls' human resource department in touch with the Middle Rio Grande Workforce Center so that when the jobs open, the community will find out about them.
In the last couple of years, value merchants have done best and department stores have had to adjust to the current economic phase with promotions and sales, Larson added.
"Our major department stores are all doing well," she said. "Overall we've had a 9 percent increase in sales over the last year."
Marshalls, part of TJX Companies, Inc., offers designer name clothes for men, women, children and home accessories at discounted prices, states the press release.
Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Al Arreola Jr. said the chamber is excited anytime a new business comes to town.
"It's rewarding to see that a major retail corporation acknowledges the benefit to opening a location in our market," Arreola said.
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City Looking Into 70 Business Leads

City Looking Into 70 Business Leads
The city is focusing efforts to recruit new businesses to the area. City Economic Development Director Fabio Angell explained to the city council last week that the economic development department has a total of 70 leads that are looking to build a business in Del Rio. Angell said out of those 70 he believes 23 prospects will setup shop in Del Rio within the next three years.
One of the main goals the department has is to try and recruit businesses to Main Street, Angell said. He said he had 12 leads, which he hopes to build into prospects in the coming year. He is also working to help downtown businesses build websites and Facebook pages to create visibility in the community. He told the council that the Adobe Museum should be opening downtown within the next year.
Other projects coming to Del Rio in the near feature include the development of 83 acres north of Walmart. Angell said he sees it as an opportunity for "great retail development" space.
As well as a retail development project called Laughlin Tract, a 48-unit apartment complex called Las Brisas, 80-unit apartment complex called Aster Villas, the Sahara Luxury Apartments, an assisted living project and high scale housing in downtown
, Angell told the council.
The economic development department is also working with our sister city, Ciudad Acuńa, Coahuila, Mexico, to attract international businesses to the border. He hopes to be able to create a bi-national incentives model to attract industrial manufacturers to the area including a prospect from Mexico City and one from Monterrey. He has been talking to a U.S. based industrial manufacturer about relocating to Del Rio, which if it did move would create 400 jobs.
"(We are) looking into ways to benefit or land this maquila in the area," Angell said.
Angell also told the council he is working on getting five grants for his department, which would help with a psychographic study of Lake Amistad, a study of health and personal care industry, a community survey, a gap analysis among market segment and building an economic development website.
"Study after study shows having a presence on a website gives you more exposure," Angell said.
After the presentation, Councilman Fred Contreras asked if Angell could pinpoint some businesses that will be opening in town because of his recruitment efforts. Angell said he could not reveal names but added, "I think you will be hearing about them in the next few weeks."
In the last week, The Children's Place announced they would be opening a new store in the Plaza del Sol Mall in June.
Mayor Roberto "Bobby" Fernandez told Angell that at his next presentation he would like to see a column stating the new businesses that have opened in town because of his recruitment efforts.
"We want to be able to tell the business community that the city of Del Rio is willing to work and facilitate ... with the work they have in mind," Fernandez added.
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Development closer to reality

Development closer to reality


by:Karen Gleason
A proposed multi-use development between the Y intersection of U.S. Highways 90 and 277 north of Del Rio and the new State Loop 79 took another step toward reality Monday when members of the Amistad Land Use and Zoning Commission (ALUZC) recommended approval of a rezoning request for the land.
Final approval of the rezoning request will be considered during the Monday meeting of the Val Verde County Commissioners Court.
Commissioners court during its August regular term meeting on Aug. 8 held a joint public hearing on the rezoning request with the Amistad Land Use and Zoning Commission.
County health inspector Roger Cerny told the court the joint public hearing is one of the first steps required for rezoning within the Amistad Land Use and Zoned Area. The rezoning request was for 94.5 acres located north of the Y intersection of U.S. Highways 90 and 277 north of Del Rio by PMT Management LLC, Cerny told the court.
Cerny introduced the request, then turned the floor over to H. Paul Johnson, Jr., of Tellus Consulting of Austin.
"The purpose of this hearing is for anybody to comment, pro or con, regarding this after they hear (Johnson's) presentation," Cerny told the court.
Johnson told the court, "A little history first: PMT Management purchased 108.3 acres in 2006, comprised of two contiguous tracts. Just north of the Y, the property fronts (U.S.) 277 on the east, and backs to the commercial lots fronting Highway 90 on the west. The property has access to Highway 90 . . . In 2010, PMT Management sold approximately 13.8 acres for construction of State Loop 79, with the remainder being 94.5 acres in two separate tracts, an 8.9-acre tract north of SL 79 and an 85.6-acre tract on the south side of SL 79.
"PMT land is comprised of mostly scrub and shrub, vegetation, and has not been improved. SL 79 is under construction and projected for completion (later in) 2011.
"PMT land is gently rolling and slopes from north to south, elevations range from 1,170 to 1,120. An existing watercourse runs through the property on the eastern side, paralleling 277 and exits the property and crosses under just south. With only 50 foot of fall across this site, the topography and drainage characteristics will not pose any encumbrances to commercial development," Johnson said.
Johnson also presented the commissioners with a "conceptual master plan," noting that the land owned by PMT is currently zoned rural residential.
He told the court, "As conditions and characteristics of the property have changed with the construction of SL 79, and the northerly growth of Del Rio, we believe that a commercial zoning district provides for the highest and best land uses for the property. Bounded by two highways and SL 79, PMY land has excellent access, visibility and location.
"With growth in the U.S. Border Patrol, Laughlin (Air Force Base) and other segments of the Del Rio economy, we believe there will be significant opportunities for development of the PMT property."
Johnson showed the conceptual master plan, which divided the property into seven "land bays."
"We can't say for certain that this is the public street network that will be developed, but 85.6 acres south of SL 79, there will be some public streetwork there. At this juncture, we envision primarily commercial, retail, hotel and truck-related uses on the land bay fronting Highway 277 and SL 79.
"For the balance of the property . . . we envision commercial, retail, with additional uses of multi-family, office and flex-space and an alternate use for (one of the land bays) could be residential.
We are continuing to work out infrastructure and have several studies underway at this juncture. We believe that with the characteristics of the property, its location, SL 79 being complete this year, the property has all the characteristics for successful, sustained commercial development," Johnson said.
There were no comments from the public regarding the proposed development, and the joint public hearing was closed.
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New Businesses

Kirkland's Coming Soon

by: Diana R. Fuentes | DRNH.com
On the heels of announcements that Del Rio will be getting two new restaurants, officials have confirmed that Kirkland's, a nationally recognized home furnishings store, will be opening at Plaza del Sol Mall in time for the holidays.
The specialty retailer will be located next to Applebee's, facing Veterans Boulevard with an entrance directly from the parking lot. It's expected to open in November.

Wingstop coming to Del Rio

by: Jeorge Zarazua DRNH.com
Keep those napkins handy. A Wingstop franchise is coming to Del Rio.
City officials said Eagle Pass builder Chad Foster Jr. has filed plans to build one of the cooked-to-order chicken wing restaurants in Del Rio. The restaurant would be located at Avenue I and East Gibbs Street, said City Planner Janice Pokrant.

Fuddruckers to open at Luby’s site

by:Jennifer Killin Jeorge Zarazua | DRNH.com
Luby’s, which abruptly closed Monday without prior notice, will be remodeled into a Fuddruckers, city officials announced Wednesday morning.
The city of Del Rio’s planning and zoning department was notified Tuesday that the cafeteria’s owners wanted to transform the building into the hamburger eatery, said city spokeswoman Jackie Robinson.
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More money being spent in Del Rio stores

by: Joyce Flores | DRNH.com
The city expects to collect more sales tax revenue this year than in any other year in recorded history.
The amount collected during the 2010-11 fiscal year should top $5 million, marking a 4 percent increase, said city Finance Director Manuel Chavez.
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