This Week in Texas Water

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This Week in Texas Water

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

NM Attorney General Says Water Battle With Texas Is Critical, Albuquerque Journal

Balderas Asks Legislature for More Money to Fight Texas Water Case, Albuquerque Business First

Price of Water Is Source of Risk for Industry, Water Online

Warka Water Promises to Harness Safe Drinking Water from the Air, Gizmag

Lt Gov. Patrick Decides on Texas Senate Committees, Times Record News

Sen. Perry of Lubbock to Chair Ag Water & Rural Affairs Committee, Everything Lubbock

Lawmakers Hope to Cease Public Notices in Print, San Antonio Express-News

Luke Metzger: Texas Should Take Lead on Climate Solutions, El Paso Times

Keeping PACE in Texas: Revitalizing Industry, Saving Water, Guiding Better Policy, Environmental Defense Fund

Quenching Our Future, Part 6: Texas Drought Diminishes, But Enormous Water Loss Persists, Satellites Show, El Paso Times

Hopes for Drought Relief Fading, WOAI

Fading El Niño Could Extend Texas Drought, Dallas Morning News

West Texas Drought Remains Concern, Daily Toreador

How Low Can It Go? Tracking Lake Levels, KVUE

The Texas Water Development Board, Alice Echo News Journal

Speakers at Texas Alliance for Water Conservation Program Recommend Soil-Moisture Monitoring, Careful Planting, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Texas Lawmakers Take Aim at Taxes Generated by Water Districts, Dallas Business Journal

STW Water Demonstrates Its Salttech Water Reclamation Technology, Herald Online

Beef Prices Not Expected to Go Down Any Time Soon, Daily Herd

An Oral History: War & Peace Over the Edwards Aquifer, Rivard Report

Water Battles of 1990s Shaped Policy Today, San Antonio Express-News

Water Planners Wrestle with Marvin Nichols, News-Journal

Water Group Continues to Oppose Marvin Nichols, Daily Tribune

Firm’s Plan to Pump, Sell Water Raises Alarm in Northern Hays County, Bloomberg Business

Groundwater Wars Brewing in Austin’s Suburbs, Texas Tribune

Urban Waters Initiative to Launch with Federal Partners, Rivard Report

City’s History Tied to Its Water Sources, San Antonio Express-News

Council Set to Place Aquifer Trailways on the Ballot, Rivard Report

Aquifer Conservation Belongs on May Ballot, San Antonio Express-News

Austin Water to Add More Rules to Stage Three Restrictions, KVUE

Private Well Drilling Concerns Hays County Homeowners, KVUE

Judge Backs Guadalupe Groundwater District’s Claim to Regulate Landfill, San Antonio Express-News

Montgomery County Cities Worry Groundwater Rules Will Hurt Growth, Houston Chronicle

Katy-Area Utility Districts Fight Irrigation Rules, Houston Chronicle

City Officials Looking at Long Term Water Supply Solutions, News Channel 6

KWSC Plans to Appeal Court Ruling, Killeen Daily Herald

Archibald: City Has Challenges With Water Infrastructure, But Has Much to Be Proud Of, Abilene Reporter-News

Port O’Connor Water Fight Is Not Over, Victoria Advocate

City of Canyon Bolstering Water Supply With Land Purchase, Connect Amarillo

Oklaunion Power Plant Looking at Alternative Water Sources, Everything Lubbock

North Alamo Water Customers on Edge, KRGV

Quail Creek Resident Has Red Water, Few Answers, Victoria Advocate

New Water Treatment Plant to Service Brock, Star-Telegram

Water Wells Boosting Graham Water Supply, Big Country

Buda City Council OKs Controversial Water Contract, Community Impact

Graham and Burkett Co. Advance Water Well Plan, Graham Leader

La Vernia City Council Considers Water Issues, La Vernia News

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