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Old Posted Aug 2, 2009, 5:13 PM
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Originally Posted by oldmanshirt View Post
Wait til SH 130 is completed, then there will be similar developments on the eastern edge of town. I'm sure they'll be building houses near I-10, FM 78, and along SH 46 to accommodate the influx of jobs, as well, both in Seguin and elsewhere in Guadalupe and Comal counties.
I'm sure this will only help the sprawl and developments between 1604 and Seguin (especially with the slight expansion of 1604 in that area.) The area between 78 and I-10 definitely seems more of a dead zone than the area between 78 and I-35.
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