Dldmny

If it were not for the public interest in sports, many high schools would not exist. Public interest in sports exceeds that of any other aspect of education.


A two-part series by Kevin Patteson, GBRA CEO and General Manager, is available on the following Internet site. https://cgmf.org/blog-entry/301/Texas-River-Authorities-embody-One-Water.html

it is a recommended read for all current and future residents in this state.


Interestingly, a judge and state representative participated in this meeting with GBRA pleading with them not drain these lakes. According to the legislative record, GBRA was created by the state legislature and identified as a government agency, yet there is an absence of official intere…

The video shot at the Nolte dam is an example of the attitude relating to these structures. I'm surprised if they are not posted regarding trespassing.


Our justice system, consisting of laws and coercive sanctions, exists to ensure the "greater good" of the majority of residents. Despite the flaws within that system, it is difficult to perceive how it could be replaced by a "free market" alternative.


Aren't GBRA and LCRA subsidiaries of Texas state government? When it comes to what has happened and the causes, none appears to be more at fault than the state legislature for the lack of effective oversight of their function. Why would we not expect the state to be involved in ensuring t…

Dldmny commented on GBRA will drain its lakes

I think that those who understand the problem of water availability in Texas would benefit from knowing how and why the GBRA was established in 1933. The GBRA was established by the Texas Legislature to address that specific problem. Lakes, like aquifers, are water gathering and storage d…

Dldmny commented on GBRA will drain its lakes



The drawing down of the remaining lakes is a foreboding indicator of the future of the GBRA hydroelectric system. Is that system being allowed to deteriorate further until it no longer exists, or will it alternatively be upgraded to increase its economic contribution? If the drawing…

The handwriting is on the wall regarding rapid growth and inadequate preparedness for the increased demands upon local infrastructure. Most people relocating to an area don't expect or want to learn of such problems after they have settled here; they are more likely to assume that such is…

What would you expect to hear from a "liberal activist"?