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Shape up: New Anytime Fitness facility combines health, community involvement

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

Todd DeJulius said “the friendly people and small-town feel” were his reasons for initially opening Anytime Fitness in 2007 in Bastrop. The historic community just seemed to be an ideal fit for him. Now DeJulius operates a more spacious, truly impressive facility at 122 Hasler Shores Drive. The 7,000 square-foot gym, part of an 11,500 square-foot building constructed by Wade Custom Steel Buildings, Inc. of Bastrop, opened Dec.

New Board members welcomed, vigorous marketing detailed

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

The Bastrop Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors welcomed two new members, bid farewell to two departing ones, received a report on marketing and business development activities, and approved continuing with the Board’s regular meeting schedule (with exceptions) – all during their regular meeting on October 15 at City Hall chambers.

Tourism, economic directors given hearty welcome at Art Center

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

Mike Kamerlander and Susan Smith (Terry Hagerty Photos)

921 Main Street development moves forward

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

The Bastrop Economic Development Corporation’s Board of Directors officially welcomed aboard new BEDC Executive Director Mike Kamerlander during their regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 17 at City Council chambers.

New BEDC Executive Director Mike Kamerlander

BEDC ‘Coffee Chat’ group hears about new homes, Seton, EDC and tourism directors

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

Bastrop Realtor Jana Hellbusch (Terry Hagerty Photos)In Bastrop County, there are approximately “26,000 new homes in the pipeline,” City officials said during the BEDC’s Coffee Chat on Sept. 7. Officials said the figures include planned (or already underway) residential building within the County (8,000 homes & apartments) and the City’s ETJ (18,000 homes & apartments).

Bastrop Chick-fil-A owner rose to top quickly

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

Ryan Saum wasn’t born in Bastrop, but he’s known it well since his youth.

Agnes Street contract approved; Board offers candidate the Executive Director job

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

During their regular meeting on August 20, the Bastrop Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors announced they had offered the vacant Executive Director post to a candidate. In other action/discussion, the Board awarded the Agnes Street Extension project to an Austin company (the lowest bidder), approved the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget, and gave an update on the City’s recently enacted moratorium on new development.

‘Getting your property in films’ - Bastrop Opera House seminar featured film experts

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

Allie Nichols, Texas Film Commission (Terry Hagerty Photography)Got an eye-catching home, business, classic car or other photogenic property you would like to ‘be in the movies?’ Some Bastrop-area residents have already earned money for their property and other possessions being part of films and commercials.

Cicis owners firmly rooted in community

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

The Moores, owners of Cicis Pizza in Bastrop (Terry Hagerty Photography)After 14 years’ service with the Bastrop Police Department, Detective Sarah Moore was looking for a career change that would allow her to spend more time with family.

Bastrop Volunteer Fair draws praise, large turnout at Convention Center

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By Terry Hagerty – Contributing writer/photographer

Dee and John Wilson (Photo by Terry Hagerty Photography)Dee and John Wilson had come to the 2018 Bastrop Volunteer Fair to check out the myriad ways to help contribute to the area community. “I’m a retired teacher, so I have a little time on my hands,” Dee said.

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