This week in Just This, we examine challenges to the Edwards Aquifer Authority which manages the largest source of drinking water in the San Antonio region.
The Edwards Aquifer Authority has chosen a familiar face to represent parts of north-central San Antonio on its board of directors.
If approved, Hardberger would take over for current trustee Ernesto Arrellano Jr., representing the southwest quadrant of SAWS’ service area.
The draining should last most of Tuesday and will allow construction crews to install a pump station and water line near Arsenal Street.
Since 2010, the San Antonio River Authority has been evaluating itself based on what its managers call a River Health Index.
To combat the effects of past sewage sludge dumping at Mitchell Lake, the San Antonio Water System plans to install native plants to passively purify water and protect against downstream flooding.
The District 3 seat has been vacant since former director Rebekah J. Bustamante resigned late last year. The position’s term expires December 2018.
The nominees are banker David McGee, engineer Eduardo Parra, and water law professor Amy Hardberger.
Two contracts for third-party performance evaluations will cost the San Antonio Water System $193,000 over three years.
Just five months after Harvey gave Texas its wettest month in history, much of the state is now in a drought – including areas that saw historic flooding.