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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.

Trees that were once mostly submerged are now high and dry in the southwestern portion of O.H. Ivie Reservoir southeast of B…

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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