COME TONIGHT — we’re not going away…far from it!

The Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District meeting tonight at 6 pm at Bastrop City Hall (1311 Chestnut) is one of the most important meetings you’ll ever attend. There has been much confusion about End Op, Forestar, Vista Ridge (the San Antone Hose) and so many other water deals for a reason. The Simsboro is under […]

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Wednesday’s Water Hearing – y’all come and bring some!

Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District Holds Hearing on End Op, L.P. Permit Demand for 46,000 acre-feet of groundwater from the Simsboro Wednesday, June 15, 7 pm Bastrop City Hall, 1311 Chestnut, Bastrop, Texas ►It’s been 3 years since End Op, L.P. filed its permit demand for 56,000 acre-feet of groundwater per year for 5 years. […]

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Click on the map — you will see

Click 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 […]

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