Big Bend National Park and Fort Davis, Texas – A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 316,952 and 43,277 visitors respectively to Big Bend National Park and Fort Davis National Historic Site in 2013 spent a total of $29 million in the two local park communities. That spending supported a combined 384 jobs [...]
Former Alpine City Councilman Michael Castelli told the Gazette he has spoken to several residents who want Alpine Mayor Rangra to either resign or face a recall effort in the aftermath of the resignation of Alpine City Manager Erik Zimmer.
“This is a prime time for a recall effort,” Castelli told the Gazette. “The residents [...]
- Tourism to Big Bend National Park and Fort Davis National Historic Site creates $29,186,000 in Economic Benefit. Report shows visitor spending supports 384 jobs in local economy from the two national parks.
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