Over the next six months, the San Antonio Water System will be smoke testing sewer lines over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone.
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.
From Bandera to Blanco, Hill Country residents are increasingly grappling with plans to discharge treated sewage into the region’s clear waterways.
The tunnels are necessary to bring water from far-away aquifers to San Antonio via the Vista Ridge pipeline.
In his 33 years in San Antonio, Clouse has witnessed more change than almost anyone who’s still an employee of the San Antonio Water System.
Funding a modern mobility plan might require shifting sales taxes away from protecting the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone, the plan’s architects said.
Cave Without A Name will host Celebration Circle’s 18th winter solstice concert on Saturday, Dec. 22.
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.
Gretchen Daily, a Stanford University environmental science professor, will give a free talk Thursday in Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University.