Lost Pines Aquifer Protectors Heard

The Aquifer Protectors!  From L to R, Eric Allmon (attorney for Environmental Stewardship), Michele Gangnes (pro bono attorney for landowners Meyer, Hanna and Brown), Andy Meyer (Paige landowner), Darwyn Hanna (Bastrop landowner), Ernie Bogart (pro bono attorney for landowners Meyer, Hanna and Brown), Betz Brown        (Lee County landowner), Don Grissom (pro bono attorney […]

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Don’t miss Monday’s hearing with EndOp; Forestar Files Motion for Rehearing (no surprise there..)

REMINDER:  Preliminary Hearing this coming Monday, August 12, 10 am at the Bastrop Convention Center. PLEASE NOTE:  This is not a hearing at which the community is invited to speak.  This is a hearing before a Judge with the State Office of Administrative Hearings, who will determine whether landowners, including Environmental Stewardship, should be granted […]

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Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbors Water, even if it’s legal say Lost Pines landowners & residents

The Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District, covering Bastrop and Lee counties, is ground zero for a uniquely Texan drama.   It is a drama about life and death – life and death of an aquifer, life and death of a regional economy and life and death of a way of life.  The leading players are:  Lost […]

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Election Day Tomorrow, Tues, Nov 8, polls 7 to 7

Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8th, is election day on 10 statewide Texas constitutional changes. In our estimation, the big money and related water grabs by the “growth lobby” are Propositions 2 and 4. No matter how you vote on the remainder of the propositions, these are the most important to defeat to protect your water and […]

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