It’s been awhile since our last post, but there has not been anything new to report UNTIL NOW!

Last year we made a formal appeal to oppose the TCEQ decision to issue the City of Granbury a permit to construct a sewage plant at 3121 Old Granbury Road. Data submitted during the permit review process confirmed that the sewage plant violates TCEQs minimum standards, standards that would ensure that Rucker Creek and Lake Granbury will not be degraded by the discharge of 2-million gallons of sewage effluent every day.

A District Court Hearing on the Merits of the TCEQ Permit for Granbury is scheduled for this Thursday, April 11, 2024 at 2:00pm at the Travis County Civil and Family Courts Facility (1700 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX 78701). The courtroom is on the 8th floor, room 8D. Our attorney will be presenting our case. The public is welcome to attend the hearing, but attendance is not required.

We are hopeful that our appeal results in a Court-mandated reversal of the TCEQ permit issued to the City of Granbury especially since the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals just reversed another TCEQ permitting decision in January.

As soon as we know the judge’s ruling on the case, we will notify you. Thank you again for your support!