Clean Water for a Healthy Environment

The Trinity River Authority of Texas is a conservation and reclamation district that provides water from reservoir facilities, water and wastewater treatment, along with recreation and reservoir facilities, within the nearly 18,000-square-mile Trinity River basin. TRA also maintains a master plan for basin-wide development, and serves as a conduit for tax-exempt financing for municipal projects and as a local sponsor for federal water projects. Each TRA operating project is an independent financial entity, and TRA receives no tax revenues or appropriations.

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Following the record rainfall that pounded Montgomery County this spring, The Woodlands Township board has created a task force to facilitate further attention to drainage issues and to help prevent future flooding. The drainage systems in The Woodlands are maintained by the San Jacinto River Authority and 10 different municipal utility districts, which are governmental taxing entities each responsible for its own chunk of land. 



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Twenty-five years ago, shortly after he bought his 3,000-acre ranch in western Bastrop County, Dalton Wallace was approached by a company that wanted to put a landfill on it.


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Trinity River Authority Representative Bill Holder takes the oath of office to be DETCOG Second Vice-President from Judge Mark Allen at Thursday’s DETCOG Board Meeting in Nacogdoches. Also being sworn in were Lufkin City Councilwoman Lynn Torres to serve as President; Houston County Attorney Daphne Session as First Vice-President; San Augustine County Judge Samye Johnson as Third Vice-President; Center City Councilwoman Joyce Johnson as Board Secretary and Alton Scott to serve as DETCOG Treasurer. Current DETCOG President, Angelina County Judge, Wes Suiter will hold the position of Immediate Past President.