On Saturday, State Rep. Erin Zwiener (D-Driftwood) joined staff and the Kyle Chamber to cut the ribbon at her new office near the corner of Miller and Main streets in downtown Kyle. Zwiener, who was elected to the House District 45 seat in November 2018, went through her first legislative session this spring. During her freshman session, Zwiener filed 51 bills and was a joint author to 16 more pieces of legislation. Zwiener’s House Bill 1044 was companion to Senate Bill 483, the latter of which was signed into law by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in June. SB 483 allowed Buda to store fresh water in the Trinity Aquifer.