Last night’s meeting of the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District was extraordinary. In two days, you can even watch it right here on the city of Bastrop’s TV channel. This is no hype, folks.Read more
Precedent for groundwater policy could affect all Central Texans could be set tomorrow night.
TOMORROW (Monday, December 21st), just 4 days before Christmas, a settlement between Forestar Real Estate Group and Lost Pines GCD will be considered.Read more
All we really want for Christmas is to see you this Saturday, from 2-4 pm at The Roadhouse in Paige. We’ll be recognizing some folks and we’ll have some of those big “I Oppose the Hose” signs as door prizes!Read more
We applaud the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District’s decision yesterday to extend the comment period on the proposed settlement with[…]Read more
Remember the efforts to “Bump the Dump” in Caldwell County? Congratulations to the residents and
members of EPICC (Environmental Protection in the Interest of Caldwell County)!
This urgent message is about the possible settlement action to be taken by the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District at a specially called meeting this coming Wednesday, December 9, at 6 pm at Bastrop City Hall.Read more