Seguin City Council gives the okay for new affordable housing apartments
Posted on 3/7/2019 9:17:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- A developer looking to use tax credits to help fund construction of a large affordable housing apartment complex, near TLU, will soon be able to move forward with the project. The majority of the Seguin City Council voted on Tuesday not to formally oppose the Pecan Grove Apartment project, to be built on West Court Street across from Texas Lutheran University. The complex would have almost 200 units, and it would require residents to meet a specific set of criteria, including some restrictions on income levels, they would have to pass a criminal background check, and they would have to be full-time employees.
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Housing growth beginning to take off in Seguin
Posted on 3/4/2019 7:41:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The new housing market in Seguin is really starting to pick up steam. News of the city's newest housing development, Hiddenbrooke, on State Highway 46 has local leaders bracing for an even bigger, brighter future. In fact, Seguin Mayor Don Keil says the construction of new homes at the Hiddenbrooke Subdivision is just another step in the city's growth and development, and there is much, much more to come.
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Seguin officially welcomes Hiddenbrooke subdivision on State Highway 46
Posted on 3/1/2019 8:18:00 AM.

Crews continue to hammer away at homes being built at Seguin's newest subdivision Hiddenbrooke. The development is located off of State Highway 46 next door to KDF Inc and just across the roadway from the Guadalupe County Humane Society. 
(Seguin) -- Seguin's newest housing development is on its way up on the city's north side. Century Communities is just a couple of weeks away from selling its first house in the Hiddenbrooke Subdivision located off of State Highway 46 just across the Guadalupe County Humane Society.
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TLU extends invitation for day of service to city officials, community volunteers
Posted on 2/12/2019 5:28:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Texas Lutheran University has formally invited the Seguin City Council to participate in this year's Day of the Dogs event. TLU students use the day to tackle several service projects across the city.
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Connect Seguin bus service to continue with another round of service
Posted on 12/6/2018 9:02:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin City Council is again making a commitment to providing a safe, reliable and affordable form of public transportation. The council again approved an agreement that will allow the city to partner up with the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) to provide the Connect Seguin bus service.
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