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The LCA Will Lead the Fight Against Lower Lake Levels

Shared from the 2018-05-11 Courier Of Montgomery County eEdition Proposal to lower Lake Conroe water levels MIKE BLEIER President of Lake Conroe Association This emotional discussion being aired via Editorials is filled with the denial of facts, misconceptions andRead more

 
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LeBlanc: The wellbeing of Lake Conroe is under attack…again!

It seems as though the health and wellbeing of Lake Conroe is once more under attack. Once again a minority of folks who wish to offer a tribute to their god of property values is once again rearing itsRead more

 
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Conroe council takes stand on SJRA fee increase

Conroe City Council members drew a line in the sand Tuesday morning by approving a resolution refusing to pay the recent Groundwater Reduction Plan fee increase to the San Jacinto River Authority. Read more

 
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City to discuss resolution refusing to pay SJRA rate increase

The Conroe City Council will meet for a special session Tuesday to take a stand against a looming water rate increase from the San Jacinto River Authority expected to go into effect Sept. 1. Read more

 
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County outgrowing water supply

The population of Montgomery County is growing too fast for the groundwater to sustain it, and human consumption isn’t even the biggest drain on the county’s water resources; it’s lawn irrigation.

In The Woodlands, as much as 80 percent ofRead more

 
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Governor appoints Bleier to SJRA board

Mike Bleier, president of the Lake Conroe Association, has been appointed to the San Jacinto River Authority Board of Directors, Gov. Rick Perry’s Office announced this week. Continue reading

 
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TRA, SJRA OK option agreement

ARLINGTON – The Trinity River Authority board approved an option agreement with the San Jacinto River Authority Monday for the sale of up to 50,000 acre-fee per year of water from Lake Livingston. Continue reading

 
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SJRA taps into Trinity

With the approval of a 15-year option agreement, the San Jacinto River Authority has taken the first step to securing an alternate water source for Montgomery County. Read more

 
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SJRA joins the hunt for brackish water

Days after the municipal utility districts in April Sound and Bentwater received tentative approval for a permit to pump water from the Catahoula Formation, the SJRA announced Thursday it would consider ways to “effectively incorporate brackish groundwater” into itsRead more

 
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One community gets its feet wet saving water

With the advent of the San Jacinto River Authority’s massive plan to convert the county’s largest communities to surface water, Montgomery County residents are starting to pay more attention to their water – where it comes from, and howRead more

 
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SJRA beats contract deadline with several days to spare

The San Jacinto River Authority met its self-imposed deadline for its Groundwater Reduction Plan with days to spare — and celebrated with a splash.

 
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Search for water must continue

Even with a negotiated contract between the city of Conroe and the San Jacinto River Authority that secures Conroe’s access to water in Lake Conroe for up to 80 years, city officials told The Courier recently that the searchRead more

 
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