San Marcos residents who wish to have miniature goats on their property will need to keep them in pairs to prevent them from feeling lonely. (Anna Lotz / Community Impact Journal)

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San Marcos-Buda-Kyle

San Marcos City Council says yes to miniature goats in residences

On June 1, the San Marcos City Council voted unanimously in favor of an ordinance allowing the breeding of miniature goats in residential areas of San Marcos.

Kyle’s anti-camping and anti-begging ordinance passes unanimously

Following a discussion in mid-May on banning begging and certain types of camping within the city limits of Kyle, authorities voted to approve such an ordinance in a first reading on June 1st.

Léandre-Cèdre Park

Opening of a taco trailer for breakfast and lunch in Léandre

Tacos De Prisa Y Mas started serving breakfast and lunch tacos on April 1 at Leander. The menu includes carne guisada, beef fajitas, chicken fajitas and al pastor tacos with homemade tortillas.

Austin Center

Z’Tejas Launches Burger Concept, Plus Other Downtown Austin Business News

Woo Woo Burgers, a new ghost kitchen concept operating in downtown Z’Tejas Southwest Grill, launched on May 28.


Pflugerville partners with Typhoon Texas for July 4th festivities

The fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m. from the lot located at the intersection of SH 130 and Promenade Pflugerville. Visitors to the water park will be able to view the show from inside Typhoon Texas, and residents outside the water park will be able to park at one of three locations.

Lake Travis-Westlake

Upcoming Body 20 Fitness Room at Hill Country Galleria and more at Bee Cave Mall

A new boutique fitness studio, Body 20, is slated to open at Bee Cave’s Hill Country Galleria in late summer or early fall at 12912 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. P11-110, Cave of the Bees.

Northwest Austin

Ramen Tatsu-ya opens patio space in North Austin

In early March, Ramen Tatsu-ya opened an outdoor food court at its original location in North Austin at 8557 Research Blvd., Ste. 126, Austin.

Williamson County

New program teaches teens about Texas law

This 10-week program is free and includes topics such as obtaining a driver’s license, insurance, tickets, accidents, personal relationships, consumer credit, leases, roommates, early moving, car repairs, registration and inspection, vacations, social media and finding a job, among other topics, the statement said.

Warren Brown, Brian Rash, Olivia Aldridge, Megan Cardona, Taylor Girtman, Ali Linan, Iain Oldman, and Amy Rae Dadamo contributed to this report.

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