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Muse: Short-term water, long-term consequences for Hill Country
March 27, 2015
By Christy Muse - Special to the American-Statesman 
The Vista Ridge water project in San Antonio threatens to follow a dangerous precedent: draining water from one region to another in a way that will only increase exurban sprawl in the Hill Country. If this solution seems familiar it should: It’s the California model that has led to that state having one year of water left.
The Vista Ridge pipeline is a multibillion-dollar project to pipe 50,000 acre feet of water a year, 142 miles across five counties...
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March 26, 2015

CITIZEN ALERT Misinformation Campaign Against
Wimberley Citizens and Our Property Values

Dear concerned citizens,

Many Wimberley area citizens have written to their legislators regarding the EP situation, asking that the legislature expands Groundwater Conservation District coverage to include the white zone east of Wimberley (the EP well area). On Wed., Rep. Isaac’s bills went before the Natural Resources Committee. The same day, many of those same citizens began getting emails from legislators indicating that they are being told Wimberley citizens are against Wimberley being included in a Groundwater Conservation District...
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TESPA Files Suit To Stop Electro Purification in Hays County District Court
March 21, 2015
The Trinity Edwards Springs Protection Association (TESPA) filed suit in Hays County District Court Friday morning seeking to stop any further work by Electro Purification unless and until they obtain groundwater use permits from the Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District. TESPA filed suit on behalf of members living within 1⁄2 mile of the Electro Purification project. The suit names Electro Purification and the landowners who leased the groundwater to Electro Purification as defendants...
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Wimberley Valley Watershed Association   
P. O. Box 2534
Wimberley, TX 78676
512 722-3390   mail@wimberleywatershed.org


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