By Annalisa Peace, For the Express-NewsUpdated Nov 27, 2023 1:06 p.m. Under a new state law, those who own property in the extraterritorial jurisdiction, where most of the development in our region is occurring, can forgo compliance with municipal regulations. San Antonio should join the fight against this new law. While recently reviewing documents I write for … Continue reading How New Legislation and Growth Threaten Edwards Aquifer
Aqua Texas Rate Increase Proposal Faces Pushback WOODCREEK, Texas, November 21, 2023 – Aqua Texas, Inc. has filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) to increase water and wastewater rates for customers in its Southwest service area. This comes on the heels of another recent rate hike which was approved but … Continue reading Aqua Texas Rate Increase Proposal Faces Pushback
Written By: Margo Secretary/Treasurer Friends of Hondo Canyon TCEQ was handed a proposal for decision by the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), a decision that identified the maximum level of phosphorus in wastewater effluent that could safely be directly discharged into the formerly Pristine San Gabriel River without causing degradation and algal blooms. At its most stringent phase, the … Continue reading November 10, 2023: A Historic Day for Pristine Streams.