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2015 Annual Water Symposium

“Clearwater UWCD invites the all civic leaders and the general public to the 15th Annual Bell County Water Symposium on November 19th 8am to 5 pm in Belton. The daylong event will again be held in Belton at 2180 North Main Street at the Central Texas Council of Governments Building. The event will start at 8:00 am and conclude by 4:00pm, lunch is provided. Sponsored by Texas AgriLife Extension Service Bell County, HALFF Associates, LBG-Guyton & Associates, Bell County Engineers Office, Baylor University Department of Geology and Lloyd Gosselink Attorneys at Law. Click here for the tentative agenda.

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Annual Newsletter Released

Clearwater UWCD is proud to provide you with a pdf version of our annual newsletter entitled “Clearwater Source” that will be mailed out around the county in the next week.  We specifically want to point out the theme of this year’s “Clearwater Source” is to showcase many of the scientific endeavors the district has invested in over the last three fiscal years. We are very pleased with our relationships with Baylor University’s Department of Geology, US Geological Survey’s Water Science Team in Austin, and the Texas Fish & Wildlife Conservation Office in San Marcos. These professional researchers have provided a much better understanding of the aquifer systems in Bell County as well as surrounding counties.

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Water Board Moves to Resolve Reservoir Conflict

Disagreeing with Dallas-Fort Worth-area water officials, the Texas Water Development Board decided on Wednesday that a years-long conflict over a yet-to-be-built reservoir in the region’s 50-year water plan is serious enough that it should be resolved.

The water-planning agency voted unanimously to deem a disagreement between two contiguous water-planning regions in North and Northeast Texas an “interregional conflict,” setting into motion a third-party mediation that must begin by Oct. 5.

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