Edwards Aquifer Authority

This still from a video shows members of the Edwards Aquifer Authority board of directors Tuesday in San Antonio, hearing a presentation to develop a storage and recovery water project originating in Val Verde County.

County and city elected officials said Friday they have had no contact with a company that plans to pump water out of Val Verde County to recharge the Edwards Aquifer.

Clyde Crews, who identified himself as a representative of Southwest Sustainable Water Supply Company LLC, and Kaveh Khorzad, a hydrogeologist who said he was with a company called Wet Rock Groundwater Services, pitched their plan to the Edwards Aquifer Authority board of directors in a technical briefing Tuesday.

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anthonycolton

Somebody needs to find the property they own and shut them down! No impact on the San Felipe Spring? Sure....Go find your water somewhere else San Antonio.

ecervantez

The question is. which local rancher(s) is involved with this company and what will be the financial gain which will ultimately will result in the demise of San Felipe spring. When it comes to money nobody gives a hoot about the end results. Shame on Poncho If his getting some political donations from this company to approve the project. His from Eagle Pass not Val Verde. Let’s hope he does the right thing.

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