Tell Post Oak We Want MORE Groundwater Management, Not LESS!

The Post Oak Groundwater Conservation District has scheduled an important public hearing on its rules this Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at 5:30 pm to discuss two rule amendments: The good one—Changes Rule 16 so the District will respond more quickly and decisively when our groundwater levels drop. The bad one—Rule 4.1 Eliminates public notice, hearings, and even spacing requirements when permit holders want to change the locations of planned wells (when the new locations are inside the permitted boundaries).  Bad[…]

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***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE***   9:00 am, February 2, 2016 CONTACT: Linda Curtis, League of Independent Voters (512) 657-2089, info@independentleaguetx.org HEAD:  Central Texas Aquifer Levels to Plummet Due to Four Mega-Pumping Permits – New Hydrogeological Report Released as Interim Hearings on Water Begin in Texas Legislature AUSTIN, TEXAS – February 2, 2016 – A new report by groundwater hydrologist George Rice documents the effects of future pumping on Central Texas aquifers. The report adds to the information provided by Rice in[…]

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