Marble Falls takes heat from Buena Vista landowner



By Connie Swinney
Staff Writer

Marble Falls city officials announced they will work out a deal with two property owners who accused the municipality of failing to offer “bonafide” offers for their land, as the city continued steps to transition the area near Lake Marble Falls into expanded park space.

Corina and Robert Guillory, of 110 Buena Vista, spoke during citizen comments Aug. 6 at a regular city council meeting to express concerns about their treatment by city and economic development corporation officials as they attempted to determine the fate of their property prior to and following the October 2018 flood.

I realize that it is easy to lose sight of humanity in projects like this, but I feel that from the beginning the city of Marble Falls has failed to acknowledge that people's lives are greatly affected by this,” Corina Guillory said. “We ask that you expedite this matter to conclusion or abandon the attempt to acquire the property.” . . .

Find the rest of this story in the Tuesday, Aug. 13 issue of The Highlander, the newspaper of record for the Highland Lakes. To offer a comment or news tip, email To subscribe, call 830-693-4367.

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