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CCCA Community meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
colettenies
45:05
How are the TLAPs made public? Newspapers? Online?
Jack Olivier
50:48
Has anyone calculated the minimum lot size that would be acceptable for a housing development on such a sensitive site?
Jane Finneran
53:33
If the development is built and Honey Creek is added to the list of Texas’s impaired streams, what then? Is there a demand for remediation? Is remediation even possible?
colettenies
55:51
Have all the bills found sponsors/been filed?
Jim Doyle
59:31
I'd heard Silesia agreed to reduce the number of houses to ~1600. Is that correct, and has it shown up in the permitting process in any way that would be binding?
Jim Doyle
01:01:06
Could you elaborate on how citizens wind up subsidizing infrastructure for new development?
Mary Williams
01:07:42
thank you. I've learned so much from this presentation
Alan Montemayor
01:08:45
Can the endangered species in Honey Creek Cave be used to lower the development density?
Jack Olivier
01:10:25
I believe I heard that the Lake Travis area requires sewage discharge be treated to potable quality. If so, could the Canyon Lake area work to do the same?
Deedy Wright
01:11:08
Is there any move at the legislature to give counties more control over growth?
Helen Ballew
01:11:24
Do you have examples of developments that GEAA/others have negotiated that end up playing out exactly as you predict — i.e., with impaired streams, wells, springs etc?
colettenies
01:14:53
Issue with the plant on 337. Neighborhood lost the suit against City of NB. However in the end wanted them to increase the quality of the treated water but they refused.
colettenies
01:15:16
They said it was “good enough”
Coco Brennan
01:23:50
Thank you, Annalisa. We are lucky to have you and GEAA to be advocates in these issues.
colettenies
01:30:28
Thank you so much for all that you do.