IMPORTANT Lost Pines Water Meeting Tonight

There’s an Important Lost Pines Water Meeting Tonight by phone!

Video about why I Oppose the San Antone HoseHop on the phone TONIGHT –
Wednesday night, January 20th, at 7 pm!

Within a short few months of full bore pumping by Vista Ridge (“The San Antone Hose”), landowner wells are going dry in Burleson and Lee counties. Meanwhile, privateering water marketers and the Lower Colorado River Authority – a governmental entity, mind you – are continuing their quest for MORE permits on the same aquifers.

Read this January 8, media release by the Simsboro Aquifer Water Defense Fund

(SAWDF) for important backgroud.

This SAWDF report of the December Lost Pines GCD meeting is also very helpful.

The Legislature needs to step up for sure, but our local groundwater districts need to hear from those they serve, not to be served up.

We support a hold on additional permits (call it a moratorium, if you like) until Lost Pines does due diligence on what exactly is happening to local wells NOT TO MENTION the aquifer itself. Hundreds of thousands of people depend on this resource. The last thing we need is another crisis, and of our own creation.

Call us if you need information or any help getting to this meeting – via phone or computer.

Remember, it’s your water!

PS Mark your calendars for a hearing LCRA has pushed for on January 28 — details soon!


    1. For some reason, the Lost Pines link doesn’t seem to be working — we have called the District.

      Meanwhile, here’s the call in and/or zoom information:

      Meeting starts at 7 pm.

      Zoom Meeting Link:
      Meeting ID: 871 9878 5367

      Telephone conference:
      Phone number: Dial +1 346 248 7799
      Meeting ID: 871 9878 5367 #

      1. Contact the District at 512-360-5088 or to register as a speaker during public comment or on any agenda item by noon on Wednesday, January 20th. Please indicate whether you would like to speak during public comment and/or a specific item on the agenda. Any person participating in the meeting must be recognized and identified by the presiding officer before they speak.

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