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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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Clearing Stumps From Lake Conroe

At the end of last year (12/13/11), local Fishing Organizations, The Lake Conroe Association, San Jacinto River Authority, Texas Parks and Wildlife, US Forestry Service, E-Z Boat Storage and the Palms Marina began working together in an effort to eliminate stump hazards locatedRead 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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Area Events

  • January 16, 2019 – Nate Nelson Acoustic
    7:00 pm, The Red Brick Tavern
  • January 17, 2019 – Buck Yeager
    9:00 pm, The Red Brick Tavern
  • January 18, 2019 – The Stark Brothers-Austin English and Josh Langston
    9:00 pm, The Red Brick Tavern
  • January 19, 2019 – KISS KARAOKE
    8:00 pm, THE EDGE LAKESIDE RESTAURANT AND BAR
  • January 19, 2019 – Chubby Knuckle Choir
    9:00 pm, The Red Brick Tavern
  • January 20, 2019 – Jim Sloan Trio
    11:30 am, The Red Brick Tavern