With a crude oil pipeline over San Antonio’s main water supply averted – for now – City officials are weighing whether to oppose such projects in the future.
A San Antonio summer camp designed to be accessible to children and youth of all ability levels will also become a hub of water education.
Commentary: Given the state’s hands-off, anti-regulatory culture, this week’s news should be celebrated cautiously as a welcome exception to the rule.
Leaders of San Antonio’s three key water agencies talked about the water issues facing the region at a West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce panel Friday.
Conditions are looking perfect for tubers and paddlers to revel in rivers across the region over the weekend. The San Antonio, Guadalupe, Frio, and Medina, are all running higher than average.
A bill that would allow the San Antonio Water System to sell water from the Edwards Aquifer to developers in fast-growing Kendall County has been blocked.
The outcome of the water struggles in the 1990s was a system of regulations meant to preserve and protect the Edwards Aquifer.
Environmental attorney Enrique Valdivia and retired geologist and realtor Ron Walton were reelected to District 7 and District 9, respectively.
Out of 10 positions up for election on the Edwards Aquifer Authority’s board of directors, only two will be on the ballot because of a lack of candidates.
Clear, cold water now bubbles up from depths, contained by a stone well at the Headwaters at Incarnate Word sanctuary next to the University of the Incarnate Word campus.