LCRA faces ‘big vote’ on plan

By James Walker.
 
Highland Lakes stakeholders Tuesday embraced a revised Water Management Plan (WMP) recently formulated by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) staff, while activists from the river’s lower basin urged the utility’s board of directors to hold off on approving it. “Burnet County encourages you to adopt this Water Management Plan tomorrow (Wednesday, Aug. 20),” said Donna Klaeger, Burnet County Judge, to board members meeting as the utility’s Water Operations Committee. “Our citizens are at risk and I urge you to protect the drinking water for well over a million people in Central Texas.”

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