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Speak out at City Council Thursday night
If you believe Aqua Texas is not right for the environment and future of Wimberley, then you should let City Council know that at the Thursday, March 7 meeting at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.
This item is on the agenda:
7. Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney) to receive legal advice regarding review of a potential Aqua Texas contract.
Here's why this is a potential disaster that smacks of desperation, that could cost the City a lot more money, that might lead to an ad valorem tax and that could even kill any sewer system for Wimberley.
Let’s pack the Community Center again.
“Our meeting on the 29th was very informative, however right now we still have a lot of unanswered questions,” County Commissioner Lon Shell told CARD. “It is extremely important that we attend Kinder Morgan’s open house on February 12th to make sure all of our concerns are addressed.”
Sharing CARD Publications
CARD welcomes the re-distribution of CARD publications - a main CARD goal is sharing accurate information.
However, we cannot control how CARD publications are re-circulated, or by whom.
Nor can we control the actions of people who are not CARD members at meetings that we do not sponsor.