Posted By cdoelle on October 28, 2012
During the first three months of operations with a municipal court in place, the city marshal issued 92 citations. The resulting fines totaled $9,265 with $3,428 going to the state of Texas and $5,837 into the city treasury. Of the citations written by the marshal, 35 percent were for stop sign violations, 20 percent for speeding, and 16 percent for speeding in a school zone. More “warnings” were issued than citations. The Wimberley Municipal Court is at 9 a.m. the first Wednesday of each month at City Hall.