USACE To Remove Solomon’s Porch Banner on Fence Line Between CRRC Rec Center and Hidden Valley
A Solomon’s Porch Ministries banner installed behind a fence line running from the CRRC Rec Center to Hidden Valley Sports Park on FM 2673 will be removed, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Canyon Lake Manager Javier Pérez Ortiz said today.
By law the federal government cannot officially favor or disfavor particular religious groups, he said.
USACE leases the Hidden Valley complex, located on Mabel Jones Drive, to Comal County.
It’s unclear how long the sign has been there or who gave the church, established in 2020 by New Braunfels Trump Train founders Steve and his wife, Randi Ceh, permission to install it.
CRRC Operations Director Mike Slough did not respond to a request for comment and Comal County Public Information Officer Cary Zayas did not immediately respond to a request for additional information.
Wednesday Update: Zayas said placement of the sign violates the Comal County Parks Sign/Banner Policy Section 1.06(a). and the CRRC has removed the sign.
MyCanyonLake.com could not reach the Cehs for comment. Solomon’s Porch does not provide contact information on its website. The ministries’ Facebook page is private.