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Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 4:30 am

KEMPNER — A Kempner couple is looking to annex the rest of a 13-acre tract and subdivide the property to sell already-built homes.

“All the lots are fully developed,” said Randle Jackson, who owns a nearly 14-acre tract of land on Farm-to-Market 2808. “Half of it is in the city limits, and we would like to annex the other half.”

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      1 comment:

      • Hacksaw posted at 6:02 pm on Wed, Sep 25, 2013.

        Hacksaw Posts: 33

        The City of Kempner should do it's self a favor and adopt this plan. I am familiar with this street and have been in every house at one time or another. It is a well maintained neighborhood and is served by one of the best roads in Lampasas County.
        The Jackson's have maintained this property to the highest standards. Kempner would do well to include them into their domain.

         

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