Covered Arena in Dripping Springs

Construction has begun for the new covered arena in Dripping Springs, according to the Austin American-Statesman. The project is being funded by a combination of public funds and donations from local businesses and citizens. The project is currently about $1.5 million short of the budget goal, and donations are being sought to make up the difference. Mayor Todd Purcell believes that the park will help Dripping Springs retain its history, and also create a positive impact on area businesses. The hope is that this project will help the process of making Dripping Springs an integral, vibrant part of the area, continuing in the rapid expansion that the community has been experiencing.

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