Hays County Commissioners Approve Water Plan
Hays County commissioners have approved a plan to bolster the area's water supply, but legal issues remain to be solved.
Hays County commissioners have approved a plan to bolster the area's water supply, but legal issues remain to be solved, as reported by Community Impact Newspaper. The plan, which will cost the county $1 million a year, would reserve 45,000 acre-feet of water in Lee and Bastrop counties. However, there is currently no pipeline to bring in the water.
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