Seth Searcy III, who wrote Austin’s first rules protecting Barton Springs as a forebear to today’s local environmental movement, died Wednesday at the age of 77.
Searcy had been struggling with cancer that had started in the bladder and spread to his lungs, and it accelerated to fatal stages quickly, said his daughter, Sarah Searcy of Austin.
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