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CALL THE TEXAS SENATE NOW! SUPPORT SENATOR CAMBELL'S LOCAL BILL TO PROTECT OUR WATER
May 19, 2015
Dear Hays County Neighbors, 

Thank you for your efforts to help move House Bill 3405 one step closer to the Governors desk and becoming law.  We need your help now to please write or call all 30 Senators and the Lt. Governor today (Tues. May 19th)!   As always please be respectful and brief as this is a very busy time for the Senators and their staffs.     As expected, Sen. Charles Perry forced unacceptable amendments to HB3405 on Monday in his committee.  The good news is that the bill was passed out of committee and is beyond his meddling...
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Conservation District preps for annexation
May 18, 2015
  The Region Monday, May 18, 2015 by Courtney Griffin

With two major bills pending in Texas’ legislative session, officials with the Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District discussed a potentially rushed timeline at their regular meeting Thursday.
In March, legislators put forward House Bill 3405 and Senate Bill 1440 to address Houston-based water supplier Electro Purification’s plans to pump 5 million gallons of water per day from the Trinity Aquifer...
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Still buying tickets on the EP Titanic | San Marcos Record
May 18, 2015
Still buying tickets on the EP Titanic Sun, 05/17/2015 - 6:31am Anita Miller In case you have been out of the country this year and missed out on one of the most inglorious launches in recent history, Houston-based corporation Electro Purification still wants to pump more than five million gallons of water each day from the Trinity Aquifer in Central Hays County.  Their contracts will pipe this water east to Buda, Goforth Water SUD and the private Anthem development near Mountain City.  Not since declaring the Titanic unsinkable has there been such an expensive and ill-conceived concept...
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