Landowner Alert System 12-17-20

Posted by on Dec 17, 2020 in Condemnation, News & Events, Property Tax | No Comments

Introducing Chris Bell:

While 2020 has been a year of change for us all, we are excited to announce that Attorney & Counselor, Chris Bell, joined the Braun & Gresham law firm in October of this year. Chris helps landowners to protect their rights in real estate, eminent domain, contract disputes and other litigation matters. With 28 years of courtroom experience as a trial attorney, as well as representing Texans through political service, Chris provides his clients with a unique perspective as well as unique solutions to their legal matters. As Chris continues to provide updates on real estate and eminent domain issues, we encourage you to contact him if you have any questions: cbell@braungresham.com or (512) 894-5426

– Cassie Gresham & David Braun, Principals, Attorneys & Counselors


Learn More About Attorney & Counselor, Chris Bell

Chris has a long history of serving Texas landowners and resolving both personal and commercial disputes over his 25 years of experience as a general litigation attorney. Chris provides astute legal counsel in a wide variety of matters; including real estate agreements, contract disputes, and eminent domain… READ MORE

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Property Tax:

With the closing of the year, property taxes are on the minds of many of our landowners. Therefore, I would like to invite you to attend a timely Taxation Webinar hosted by the South Texans’ Property Rights Association (STPRA) on December 29th, 2020. I will be presenting on end-of-year considerations for landowners in Ag or Wildlife. Please see below for more information or to register.

– Cassie Gresham, Principal, Attorney & Counselor


FINAL FOLLIES: Putting Your Ag or Wildlife Valuation in Jeopardy Before the End of the Year

Join Attorney and Counselor, Cassie Gresham, for a webinar on Tuesday, December 29th, at 10AM for a FREE webinar covering end-of-year considerations for landowners in Ag or Wildlife. This webinar will benefit any landowner with an open space valuation, and provide insight on how to protect your property tax valuation going into 2021… REGISTER TODAY

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Eminent Domain:

As the information in the two links explain, the Cities of Buda and Dripping Springs in Hays County, Texas recently adopted Transportation Master Plans. Landowners and business owners should review these plans and determine if they have a property that could be impacted. At some point an impacted landowner may be contacted by a City, County or TxDOT representative to survey or discuss compensation for a “taking” of their property. This would be a critical time to contact one of our condemnation attorneys for a consultation. Braun & Gresham can help on how best to protect your land and receive fair compensation. Call (512) 894-5426 or email preznik@braungresham.com to discuss your rights.

– Patrick L. Reznik,  Attorney & Counselor


Buda City Council Adopts Transportation Mobility Master Plan

The Buda City Council adopted an updated Transportation Mobility Master Plan (TMMP) at its December 1 meeting. In 2019, the City of Buda started the process of updating the Transportation Master Plan to identify transportation needs, develop solutions, and prioritize improvements to allow the transportation system to keep pace with desired growth and development… READ MORE

Dripping Springs Holds Transportation Master Plan Virtual Public Open House

The City of Dripping Springs is finalizing its Transportation Master Plan and [hosted] a virtual open house for public comments from November 17 through December 8, 2020. A Transportation Master Plan is a planning document that defines goals and policies for a city’s transportation system and develops recommendations to prepare for future needs of the community… READ MORE

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