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This Week in Texas Water

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Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts monitors what is happening in Texas water. Here is a summary for the week.

Will Oil Industry Learn From Texas Town’s Fracking Ban? Forbes

In Denton, Texas, Voters Approve ‘Unprecedented’ Fracking Ban, LA times

Voters in Texas City OK Ban on Fracking Expansion, Houston Chronicle

Denton Bans Fracking, But Challenges Almost Certain, Texas Tribune

Robertson County Fifth Graders Learn About Water Conservation, KBTX

Water Conservation Tips, Killeen Daily Herald

Online Mapping Tool Shows US Storm Surge Risks, KLTV

4 Years of Drought: Texas Dry Spell Unfaltering, Experts Say, Killeen Daily Herald

El Niño Fails to Materialize, KXAN

Options Drying Up for Some Parched North Texas Towns, State Impact

The Q&A: Francine Sanders Romero, Texas Tribune

Deaths of Galveston Bay Clams May Signal Trouble, The Eagle

Texas Considers Water Desalination, House Research Organization

Water Project Funds Ready to Flow – Almost, Texas Tribune

In Texas, Preserving a Neighborhood for Bats, New York Times

Team Keeps Close Watch on Edwards Aquifer’s Health, San Antonio Express-News

Texas Officials Approve Water Funding Rules, My FOX DFW

$2B to Be Distributed for Texas Water Projects, KCBD

Fund Ready to Start Securing Texas Water Future, Caller Times

SWIFT Application Period Opens Monday, Caller Times

Acid Mine Drainage: Could It Be Used for Fracking? Eagle Ford Texas

Report on Proposed Marvin Nichols Reservoir Downplays Impacts, News-Journal

Impact Study Kicks Northeast Texas Planners into High Gear, KETR

Marvin Nichols Supporters Submit Study to State Showing Impact of Lake, Locals to Respond by Nov. 19, News-Journal

Large Wastewater Spill in Northwest Austin, KVUE

Rain Will Help Recharge Reservoirs, Standard-Times

Farmers Branch Files Complaing Against Addison Over Water Flow Through Creek, Dallas Morning News

Rain Helps North Texas Lake Levels – a Little, Star-Telegram

Bruno Hanson/Midland College Environmental Excellence Award: Fasken Takes Leadership Role in Water Recycling, Reuse, Eagle Ford Texas

NEC Inks MoU with Texas State University to Improve Water Conservation, Infotech Lead

San Angelo to Contract Water Rate Study, Standard-Times

Hereford Rejects $36M Water Bond, Amarillo Globe-News

Goliad Residents Worried About Water From Proposed Waste Site, KSAT

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