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Third Class Permits Not in Our Best Interest (2/24/15)

     Recently a sub-committee of our water district met to hash out the plans on how our district would cut back pumping from area aquifers should the need ever arise. The district has within its authority the ability to implement pumping limits in order to protect local aquifers from damage caused by over pumping. This [...]

By |February 24th, 2015|BVGRA Letters|Comments Off on Third Class Permits Not in Our Best Interest (2/24/15)

Attempted Hijacking Foiled by Resolute Robertson County Board (1/20/15)

      A congratulatory pat on the back is deserved of the Robertson County Board members who stuck together to oppose an improper take-over of the Water District's Committees. They succeeded because they were united.      This is the first time since the inception of the Water District that Robertson County Board members acted as a [...]

By |January 20th, 2015|BVGRA Letters|Comments Off on Attempted Hijacking Foiled by Resolute Robertson County Board (1/20/15)

Robertson / Brazos County Landowners Still the Underdog – By Design (12/04/14)

      We have a water district with a board that on the surface seems to represent the public as a whole. But in reality our Water District is a stacked deck from which we as landowners keep getting dealt a bad hand.      The Water District Board is comprised of 8 members with four from [...]

By |December 4th, 2014|BVGRA Letters|Comments Off on Robertson / Brazos County Landowners Still the Underdog – By Design (12/04/14)