In the Public Interest

Central Texas Water Culture

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(Originally aired in June)


This In the Public Interest takes a look at the Central Texas Water Culture that exists in Hays County and throughout the Central Area.

Hosted by Matthew Hamill and Taylor Zavala, we bring you stories that specialize in information detailing the impacts following the Memorial Weekend Flooding to the Central Texas rivers and how these coincide with your summer in Hays County.

Leighanne Coleman focuses on the Texas Drought that began in 2010 and has no ended as a result of the immense flooding Texas received.

Laura Aebi focuses on the potential tubing tax and how a local tubing business may be affected for their summer season.

Lastly, we have Carlos Marquez who focuses on Spring Lake and how the Texas State Meadows Center is recovering post flood.

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