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Independent Texans Meeting – Dime Box

This meeting is to discuss the House District 17 runoff and to share with area residents updates on the battle to protect local control of our groundwater districts in this legislative session.

Brent Golemon has received our endorsement and will be joining us for this important event.

Please come and bring your neighbors!

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Building the Rural-Urban Coalition for Local Control

The League of Independent Voters is a non-profit membership association for non-aligned, independent voters. This event has a terrific line up of activists from throughout the state who have been doing stellar work on protection of water and land resources, fair elections and local control.

This event is to prepare citizens to defend their rights to local control with the legislature in session.

This event’s details can be found here on the League’s website.

 

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Thank you Keep Bastrop County Beautiful!

Linda Tree Hugging

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to volunteers from left to right, Eric, Andy, Henry, Thomas from me, the tree hugging Linda Curtis, and others not pictured — Lea, Lee, Charles and Martha — we had great success at the Green Expo.  Also, the lovely people at Keep Bastrop County Beautiful, who put on this event, gave us a prime spot for our table, which we greatly appreciated.

Independent Texans would like to come to your community.  Let us know if you need us by calling us at 512-535-0989 or send Linda Curtis an email at ljcurtis@indytexans.org.

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Letters to Editors

A water war is coming to a head in the race for State Representative in Texas House District 17 (Bastrop, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Lee and a portion of Brazos counties). Independents are backing Democratic Pati Jacobs, and to defeat the Republican incumbent State Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt. 
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Aqua Water Forum

An unprecedented forum was held by the Aqua Water Coop Board on Tuesday, September 21st at 6pm to discuss opposition to the plan to build a water pipeline to send water to San Marcos for development. Let us at Independent Texans remind you that part of the Trans-Texas Corridor plan was for water pipeline.

We urge you – wherever you are across the state — to sign the “Kill the Trans-Texas Water Petition” and pass it on.

Read Aqua Water’s Press Release with important details about the move by a private company – EndOp, LLC – to grab Bastrop and Lee County’s water and have the state back $300 million in bonds for a 52-mile pipeline to Hays County.
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Austin is Not Developers’ Monopoly Board

Sign it, if you live in Austin

Austin is Not Developers' Monopoly Board

Dear Mayor Adler and Austin City Council Members:

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Why don't you share this with your friends, please:

Make Growth Pay for Itself

No Vista Ridge/San Antone Hose

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