Texas Groundwater Districts Face Bevy of Challenges

SAN MARCOS — As groundwater managers from across the state met here this week to discuss the numerous challenges they face, talk of legislative changes to water financing and a campaign to convince voters to allow more of it was eclipsed by more pressing issues. 

To be sure, attendees of the Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts' annual meeting discussed lawmakers' efforts this year to push for more comprehensive statewide water planning, and the importance of campaigning for Proposition 6, which would add $2 billion to the recently overhauled Texas Water Development Board’s portfolio for loans toward future water supply projects ...

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