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 Municipal Moments - Week 5 Comprehensive Plan

The City of Kerrville conducted a community wide survey of citizens at the end of last year and has received some very valuable data as a result. Residents were asked to evaluate a number of city services and the overall quality of life here in Kerrville.

The responses we received indicate the City of Kerrville is excelling in a number of areas, but as with anything, there are also several areas where we can improve.

Through this weekly column, Interim City Manager Don Davis will address several areas of concern those survey results highlighted, and keep you up to date on some of the city's newest initiatives.

In his fifth column, Mr. Davis focuses on how all this data may be put to use through a new long range planning process.

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Kerrville, TX 78028
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