Successful Settlement of Litigation with Dripping Springs.
This helps to achieve the following:
1) City of Dripping Springs is asked to participate in Regional Water Quality Planning efforts and City takes a lead role in the successful completion of the Plan.
2) Illegal clauses in the two subject development agreements are amended. Both development agreements now comply with State statutes.
3) The City adopts an Ethics Ordinance.
4) The City hires new City Attorney.
Numerous members of the FA help develop the Regional Water Quality Plan.
Three FA members are assigned to DS P&Z.
FA represents portion of Hays County on Envision Central Texas Board of Directors.
FA area has the highest survey response turnout in the five county region, besting the regional response rate by a factor of four.
Two FA Board members are elected to two of five seats on the Hays-Trinity Groundwater Conservation District. Here they will work to protect our water resource and hopefully ensure that homeowners on wells today can remain on wells tomorrow. See our link list for their website.
The Hill Country Alliance asks FA to be represented on their Board. The FA and HCA have similar goals and concerns as regards growth in The Hill Country.
See our link list for their website address.