City officials, community leaders, and any interested citizen can now download the final version of a controversial Water Policy Report from the Texas A&M University’s Institute of Renewable Natural Resources that analyzes projects and policies related to water supply and water security for the City of San Antonio and City of Fair Oaks.
Click here to download the report, which was released Thursday afternoon on the IRNR and City websites.
“I’m pleased that the analyses are now made public, fully, and we have multiple perspectives on how we can mange the opportunities and opportunity costs of long-term water security,” said Councilmember Ron Nirenberg (D8), who originally requested the report, on Thursday afternoon.
This means City Council is on track to vote on proposed water utility rate increases and a new rate structure on Nov. 19, a vote that was postponed from a date in October until the final report was released… Read more from the Rivard Report