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Federico Flores
Nick Fohn
Vic Hilderbran
Laura Ligocky
Jim Maixner
Cary Spurgeon
Uvalde County Underground Water Conservation District
Board of Directors
Uvalde County UWCD
is part of Region L which encompasses twenty and one-half (20
1/2) counties with a total 2000 population of 1,695,584 (2000
US Census Data).
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Uvalde County
Underground Water Conservation District
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DISTRICT MISSION

The Uvalde County Underground
Conservation District strives to protect the
quality of, conserve, enhance, manage and
promote the beneficial use of the
groundwater resources of Uvalde County for
the benefit of the citizens and the economy
and to minimize waste.
For more information or questions please call
Vic Hilderbran, General Manager
830-278-8242
PROPOSED DISTRICT RULES
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PROPOSED DISTRICT RULES
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PROPOSED DISTRICT RULES
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PROPOSED MANAGEMENT PLAN 2016-2026
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APPENDIX A - UVALDE CO UWCD
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APPENDIX B - UVALDE CO UWCD
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NOTICE OF RULEMAKING HEARING.

Please take notice that at 6 p.m. on September 13, 2016, the Uvalde
County Underground Water Conservation District will convene for a
Rulemaking Hearing.  The hearing will occur at the Library of the Texas
A&M Research Center, 1619 Garner Field Road, Uvalde Texas.  The
subject of the Rulemaking Hearing will be to consider whether to amend
the current version of the District’s Rules and By-laws, whether to adopt
some or all of the amendments that have been proposed by the District’s
Board, and whether to adopt amendatory language different from or in
addition to that which has been proposed.  Beginning August 11, 2016
through September 13, 2016, the proposed amendments to the Rules
and By-laws will be available for review or copying at the District’s office,
located at 200 E. Nopal, Suite 203, Uvalde, Texas; at the District’s
website (www.uvaldecountyuwcd.org); and at the El Progresso Memorial
Library, 301 W. Main Street, Uvalde, Texas.  Comments from the public
on the subject of the Rulemaking Hearing can be made orally at the
Rulemaking Hearing or by filing written comments to the district on or
before 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 13, 2016.