A new water authority that could help members pool their supplies and collaborate to tap into new ones is just beginning to recruit in Williamson County.
The organizers behind the Lone Star Regional Water Authority, a nonprofit created by the Legislature in 2011, say the county’s fast-paced growth could come to a halt if it continues to count on lakes that public officials have started to acknowledge could run dry. They’ve contacted city and county governments, as well as other water suppliers, asking them to hop on board.
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