Lee and Bastrop County landowners scored a VERY important court victory last week. We hope this victory will extend to safeguard all Texas landowners’ property rights in the groundwater under their land.
Read this! Saturday’s Statesman/Bastrop Advertiser carried this commentary by our own Michele Gangnes, attorney and volunteer aquifer protector for the last 18 years: One Landowner's Perspective on Landmark Water Decision
The Lost Pines Board will debate in private session, and may decide Wednesday night, whether they appeal our hometown judge’s decision. It might be the most important decision they have ever made. Agenda here.
For Public Comment on Wednesday: Read THESE guidelines for public comment put out by our friends at Environmental Stewardship. Environmental Stewardship is one of the landowners in the End Op lawsuit. We want to follow their lead when we comment to the District Wednesday night, so our message is clear and unified: the District should side with the majority of landowners in Lee and Bastrop counties and should not appeal!
What else you can do:
Sincerely working for future generations,
PS Happy MLK Day, y'all!