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Group meets to discuss growth in Karnes County
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Cathy Passmore (second from left)and Sean O’Brien (far right) recently met with visitors from out of town to discuss the rapid and remarkable growth in Karnes County as a result of the Eagle Ford Shale oil and gas boom.
Contributed photo Cathy Passmore (second from left)and Sean O’Brien (far right) recently met with visitors from out of town to discuss the rapid and remarkable growth in Karnes County as a result of the Eagle Ford Shale oil and gas boom.
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By Cathy Passmore

Jerry B’s Restaurant was the scene Thursday, June 27, for a gathering and a meeting of companies and individuals who got together to talk about the still amazing growth of Karnes and surrounding Counties due to the huge Eagle Ford Oil and Gas Boom.

Dan Mulligan, James Jeter, and Rick Stevens of Crown Royalties came from their Irving, Texas location as they do every four to six weeks to visit and take photos of local happenings.

Like the Karnes City Chamber’s Family Fun Day where they took photos and made DVDs to give away to the locals, they will be here for the upcoming Lonesome Dove Fest.

Mulligan also has put together a book with pictures of the Eagle Ford activities and anyone who would like one can call him at 972-268-7101.

Also present at the meeting was the associate vice president of the RBC Wealth Management Firm, Daniel K. Blecher.

Blecher has already helped many individuals, business owners, and institutions by answering their questions about cares and concerns they have with creating, preserving, and transferring their wealth.

Present at the meeting, too, was Sean O’Brien a local and very busy Realtor who helps a lot of people sell their properties.
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