Click on the map — you will see

Screen Shot 2016-06-10 at 7.10.28 PMClick on the map on the right. You will see that the “mega-permits” for groundwater out of the Simsboro formation of the Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer that underlies Lee, Bastrop, Milam and Burleson counties impacts an entire region.

Privateering water marketers (and the entire growth lobby) are working our elected officials hard. Their mantra is a real tip off. How many times have you heard them say, “Texas’ population will double by the year 2050”? Listen up friends, these hucksters are incentivizing in-migration population growth and trying to move resources to areas for profit, putting an entire region — and our local economies and resources — at risk. You’re not going to let them get away with this, are you?

Show up, y’all!
Public hearing on the End Op, LP Permit demand for 46,000 acre-feet
Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District
Wednesday, June 15 at 7 pm
Bastrop City Hall, 1311 Chestnut.

Your presence is a statement of your concern. We also suggest that you speak on this item.

We are working on materials to share with you before this meeting. Reply to this message if you want to be sent these materials ahead of the meeting or you can just show up 6:30, 30 minutes before the hearing begins.

We never promised you this was going to be easy. All we promised you is that we will continue to fight for you. Now help us by being there.

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PS If you can stay past the hearing, please join us at La Hacienda Restaurant after the meeting.

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