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City of Shavano Park recognized as a Community Wildlife Habitat

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SHAVANO PARK HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED as a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. It is only the fourth community in Texas to achieve the recognition, officials said. The others are Austin, Houston and the Whitewater Springs Homeowners Association, which is a community northwest of Austin. “As a community, we have worked diligently to balance urban living with wildlife appreciation as we continue to promote the rural feel of our community,” said Mayor Bob Werner in a statement. “Through hours of effort by the folks at Going Green in Shavano Park and with the support of dozens of members of our community, Vicky Maisel, Nancy Bula, Jean Countryman, Dagne Fisher, Kim Lane and Kristi Werner helped secure our designation of ‘Community Wildlife Habitat.’ Without their leadership and particularly the efforts of … Maisel, we would not have received this distinction.”

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