Trans-Texas Water Program West Central Study Area Integrated Resource Planning Committee Final Criteria Report Public Participation / Stakeholder Involvement Process
|Author||Robert Aguirre Consultants, LC, Katz and Associates, Inc, Robert R Ashcroft, AICP, Dethman and Associates, Inc, and Nancy Scott Jones and Associates, Inc / San Antonio River Authority, San Antonio Water System /EAA / Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority / Lower Colorodo River Authority / Bexar Metropolitan Water District / Nueces River Authority /Canyon Lake Water Supply Corp / Bexar-Medina-Atascosa Counties Water Control and Improvement Dist #1 / Texas Water Development Board|
|Description||Note: This report is included because of its possible historical value. It has been replaced by more recent plans. Input of public and stakeholders in the Trans-Texas Water Program West Central Study Area.|
|Publisher||Robert Aguirre Consultants, LC|
|Location||West Central Texas|
Note: This report is included because of its possible historical value. It has been replaced by more recent plans.
The Trans-Texas Water Program was initiated as a regional water planning process by the Texas Water Development Board to identify the most cost-effective and environmentally sensitive strategies for meeting the current and future water needs of southeast, south-central, west-central and north-central Texas. Each of these areas was designated as a study region. This report relates to the West Central Study Area of the Trans-Texas Water Program which was formed in 1993 (see map of study region, p. 3.). The West Central Study Area comprises thirty-two (32) counties west of the Brazos River and includes the Guadalupe-Blanco, San Antonio and Lower Colorado River basins, part of the Nueces River basin, the Edwards Aquifer and part of the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer.
Initially, the program was to be carried out in three phases: 1) Program Initiation/Conceptual Planning; 2) Feasibility Studies; and 3) Implementation. The Senate Bill 1 process superseded the Trans-Texas Water Program process and consequently, feasibility studies and the implementation phases were not completed….