►Congrats Burleson County o
►Next…Elgin…next Wednesday night…details here.
A highlight of Burleson’s meeting was when Nathan Ausley, President of the Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District, admitted that he had leased his water to Metropolitan Water, Scott Carlson’s company. This was not new information. What was new was Ausley’s audacity in front of hundreds of landowners he supposedly represents to suggest that they could “check the map” to see if his lease was being used for Vista Ridge. (Watch the short video clip of the interchange.)
A follow up meeting is in the works as Burleson countians are on their way to organizing a local League of Independent Voters. How ’bout you?
► If you like the idea of draining aquifers, flooding farm and ranch land for wasteful and destructve reservoirs, or the continued government policies (at all levels) of driving affordability in our urban centers off a cliff as they wave the world to move to Texas, ignore us. If you think it’s time for voters to unite across the partisan divide, then…
Is it not time to tell those drunk with power to get on out of town on the horse they rode in on?
Ordinary Texans are the only ones with the power to make that happen — but you’ve got get on your high horse.