Opponents of Kinder Morgan’s planned Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) project and supporters of the Wimberley Valley Watershed Association celebrated the passing of a resolution by the San Marcos City Council that officially objects to the company’s intended route for the pipeline. Council members voted unanimously to support the resolution during the council meeting on Tuesday, … Continue reading SAN MARCOS CITY COUNCIL PASSES RESOLUTION; FORMALLY OPPOSES PIPELINE
When a potential accident means death or the pollution of our drinking water, how infrequent accidents are becomes irrelevant. Pipeline Corporations such as Kinder Morgan should be required to choose less populous routes, (than the PHP’s current route through the city of Kyle), that do not threaten large aquifers like ours which supply drinking water … Continue reading Possible Dangers of the Permian Highway Pipeline
On February 22nd Representative Erin Zwiener House Bill 2277 that would require corporations such as Kinder Morgan to do an Environmental Impact Assessment when building a pipeline within the state of Texas. Currently there is no such regulation and pipeline companies have very little they have to do before choosing a route. Please write your … Continue reading Representative Erin Zwiener Files HB 2277 to Require Pipeline Corporations to do an Environmental Impact Study for Intrastate Projects
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Parks generated nearly $900 million in sales in 2018 AUSTIN — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation today released a new report about the strong and growing economic role state parks have on the Texas economy. The research showed the parks generated more than $891 million in sales activity, had a $240 million impact on the incomes of Texas residents, … Continue reading NEW REPORT SAYS STATE PARKS ARE A BOON TO TEXAS ECONOMY