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For those of you who live close enough to Lexington (Lee County), especially if you live in GMA 12 (Bastrop, Brazos, Burleson, Falls, Fayette, Freestone, Lee, Leon, Limestone, Madison, Milam, Navarro, Robertson, and Williamson counties), please come THIS Saturday:
LEXINGTON AREA: THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2 to 5 pm
Lexington Senior Citizens Center, 547 Third Street
A "Water Wonks 101" presentation is followed by a strategy session on upcoming state elections. Come prepared to talk to us about your own county commissioners, state representatives and state senators. (If you need a ride, please reply and let us know where you need a ride to and from. Car pools will be coming from Bastrop.)
SAN ANTONIO AREA: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 3:30 to 5:30 pm
Independent Texans Meeting, John Igo Library, 13330 Kyle Seale Pkwy.. The agenda is the same as Lexington's above.
SAN ANTONIO: SEPTEMBER 12-13
Don't forget the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance State Conference.
We'll be there on Monday for the water panel and more! Get details & tickets here now.
HOUSTON - our apologies for the late notice about a water forum (not ours) tonight. See information below. If you make it, send us a report please.
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PO Box 651
Bastrop, TX 78602 (new address!)
A free and open to the public will take place at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s Brown Auditorium in the Caroline Wiess Law Building. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is located at 1001 Bissonnet (enter via the Main Street door). Additional parking at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is available until 7:00 p.m. for $6 in the museum garage located at the corner of Binz and Fannin Streets.
Urban Growth and Competition for Water
Wednesday, August 24, 2011, 6:30 p.m.
Jason Afinowicz, Water Resources, Freese, and Nichols, Inc.,
Dr. James Lester, Vice President, Houston Advanced Research Center,
Edward G. Vaughan, Chair, Texas Water Development Board
Moderators: Eric Berger, Houston Chronicle Science Writer; and Thomas Colbert, Associate Professor, University of Houston, College of Architecture