By LIBBY CLUETT | firstname.lastname@example.org
POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE – Water drawn from Possum Kingdom Lake could be a hot topic Tuesday evening when the Brazos River Authority hosts a stakeholder’s meeting to address a water-management plan to use more water from the Brazos River Basin.
The meeting, which takes place at the PK Chamber of Commerce, is intended for BRA staff and consultants to share information and hear public comments on a proposed plan, which is part of a Texas Commission on Environmental Quality system operation permit. The plan would allow the BRA to use an estimated 225,000 acre feet of “firm-yield” water each year, according to BRA Public Information Officer Judi Pierce. She explained that “firm yield” is a term used for water that is available 100 percent of the time.
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