This post is an update on September 26, from the post at the bottom of this page: Brian Chassnoff, at the San Antonio Express-News, is a good bloodhound. Chasnoff reported on the supression of the damning report from Texas A&M’s Institute of Renewable Natural Resources called the “preeminent water policy organization in the State of Texas” by San Antonio. Now there appears to be an effort by San Antonio to change the report’s findings on Vista Ridge —- to correct[…]Read more
► THIS coming Monday, 6:30 pm, College Station, Wellborn Community Center, 4119 Greens Prairie Rd (more here)
► THIS coming Tuesday, San Marcos Library, 2 Civic Center Drive (more here)
<===== Don't forget FARFA! (more here)Read more
Before Lost Pines sells out, you need to come to Bastrop on Wednesday night at 7 pm to Bastrop City Hall (1311 Chestnut).
A deal is in process that will affect ALL of central Texas (from Austin to Bryan-College Station to San Antonio) and the future water supply of Bastrop, Lee, Milam and Burleson counties.Read more
Sometimes it’s easy to know who your best friends are. One of them stood up last night at a specially called meeting of the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District – Keith Hansberger. (Sorry for this lousy picture of a man we respect).Read more
Thank you, Lockhart. Next stop Milam County! Thanks also to the Lockhart Post-Register newspaper too!: Pipeline project raises water fearsRead more