CRAIG MASSOUH

While living in Comal County, one has to take the good with the bad.   We choose to live in the “country” where we can build what we want, cut down the trees we don’t want and cast our eyes upon the panorama of green hills and water.    

However, when this idyllic scenario evaporates, we look to others for help.    Don’t like what your neighbor is doing to his property? Too bad for those living outside of a regulated subdivision.   Due to the lack of county powers there is not much anyone can do about it.   

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