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by MOSE BUCHELE

The Lower Colorado River Authority, the utility that controls water flowing from the Highland Lakes to the Gulf Coast, is set to approve a new plan for allocating water. But as Mose Buchele of StateImpact Texas reports, the authority will first hear from the various — and often feuding — communities relying on the affected water sources. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

MOSE BUCHELE reports for StateImpact Texas, where this story was originally aired. It is rebroadcast here through a news partnership between the San Marcos Mercury and The Texas Tribune.

http://www.texastribune.org/texas-environmental-news/environmental-problems-and-policies/lcra-to-consider-far-reaching-water-plan/

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