Posts Tagged ‘water board’
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Water Disputes

Fort Worth Weekly
Tarrant Regional Water District Executive Director Jim Oliver took umbrage a few days back upon hearing that board member Mary Kelleher had spoken to a group of journalists and others at the University of Texas at Arlington on ...


Mary Kelleher defends herself against accusations that prompted fellow water district board members to censure her.

Water Mess

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The typically quiet board meetings at the Tarrant Regional Water District took a loud and rowdy turn on Tuesday morning. A standing-room-only crowd, including some carrying protest signs, heckled board members throughout the tw...



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Parsing That Extra Year

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Tarrant Regional Water District board member Jim Lane doesn’t believe in politicians granting themselves extra time on their terms without voter approval. That’s why he voted no in 2012 when the board was considering cancel...


MARY KELLEHER IS SWORN IN AS THE NEWEST TARRANT REGIONAL WATER DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER. (photo by Jeff Prince)

Mary Kelleher Sworn In As New Blood On Water Board

Jeff Prince
There weren’t enough parking spaces for the cars outside, and there weren’t enough chairs for the people inside. A big turnout is rare at a Tarrant Regional Water District board of directors meetings. The water boar...



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Richard Connor Blasts Water Board (And Star-T In Roundabout Way)

Jeff Prince
Fort Worth Business Press chairman Richard Connor threw a hard uppercut at the Tarrant Regional Water District’s board of directors in yesterday’s column. Pow! Among other things, he said the water board has become ...


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Readers Blast Star-Telegram’s ‘Slanted’ Election Story

Jeff Prince
A story in Sunday’s Fort Worth Star-Telegram has irked residents who considered it biased and unfair. A growing number of Tarrant County residents are calling for new leadership on the Tarrant Regional Water District board, a...



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Conservative Conservation

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Environmental groups wasted water — from their tear ducts — after the Texas Water Development Board appeared to give short shrift to conservation efforts when it released a list of spending priorities to the Associated Pres...