I have written about the importance of getting the State Water Plan funded while the legislature is in town in 2013. Here’s a note from H2O4Texas, a coalition of related interests whose weight will move this effort forward:
Leaders can’t ignore state’s water needs
Please, get involved with this effort. I chair the Water Issues subcommittee at the Austin Board of REALTORS®. We’re working to keep attention on this and will have more to say in the coming weeks and months. Follow me here and visit www.h2o4texas.org. This is a must-do in 2013!
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Mark, I think just helping to keep attention on this issue is important. I’m encouraged that this issue seems to be widely recognized as critical for this legislative session, but once all our representatives are in town and get busy filing their bills, the focus can be shift. We’re working to make sure that some high priority legislation filed in January will deal with water plan funding, and can get on the calendar early.