Burn ban in effect

By Robert Proctor

The Cuero Record/Yorktown News-View

Drought conditions in DeWitt County of late forced county commissioners to adopt a burn ban in the unincorporated areas of the county. This burn ban went into effect on Tuesday, April 27, at 12:01 a.m.

Commissioners opened Monday’s meeting with a public hearing on placing stop signs at several county intersections. With no one from the community present for the hearing, it was quickly closed for commissioners to rule on it. The following intersections will now have stop signs: on Matejek Road at Dubose Ranch Road; on Matejek Road at Kubala Store Road; on Jackson Road at Dubose Ranch Road; on Jackson Road at Kubala Store Road, on Lincke Road at Dubose Ranch Road; and on Dubose Ranch Road at Meyer Road.

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