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AQUA TEXAS IS BACK ON THE TABLE
Town Hall Meeting
6 p.m., Thursday, June 7, 2017
Wimberley Community Center
14068 Ranch Road 12
At the Town Hall meeting this coming Thursday (June 7, 6PM at the Community Center) Mayor Jaggers will give a presentation "specifically addressing Wimberley's current financial position, responsibilities and obligations to include the controversial Waste Water Sewer Project.” At the beginning of the meeting, members of the public will have three minutes each to ask questions or give opinions. If you oppose the City turning over the the Wastewater Project to Aqua Texas (and, most likely, the City's CCN), please plan to attend this meeting and make your voices heard.
Join the Fight to Protect the Wimberley Valley
EP is Back
In truth, it never went away. EP now has a pending permit application to the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (BSEACD) to pump 2.5 million gallons of Trinity Aquifer water A DAY. That's about 912 MILLION gallons a year. The Trinity is the aquifer that supplies the water to Wimberley area wells, Wimberley area springs and Wimberley area water companies.