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Water Rights Advisory Work Group

Advisory group concerned with water rights permiting issues in Texas. Links to information on upcoming meetings and past meetings.

The Water Rights Advisory Work Group (WRAWG) is a voluntary group of participants who meet quarterly to discuss water rights related issues. The WRAWG provides the TCEQ with expanded knowledge and resources to help with the water rights permitting process.

Participating in the WRAWG

The WRAWG is open to the public. Anyone who is interested in water rights related issues may attend and participate in WRAWG meetings. If you are unable to attend the meeting, it is available live by webcast at the link below. Previous meetings are archived at this site as well. Live and archived webcasts are available: hereExit TCEQ


WRAWG Meeting Notice

DATE: Tuesday, September 9, 2014
TIME: 10:00 AM
LOCATION: TCEQ Main Campus, Building E, Room 201S
AGENDA: WRAWG Agenda

 


Past WRAWG Meetings

Date Agenda Summary Attendees
March 3, 2014 3/03/14 Agenda 3/03/14 Summary 3/03/14 Attendees
December 16, 2013 12/16/13 Agenda 12/16/13 Summary 12/16/13 Attendees
September 9, 2013 09/09/13 Agenda 09/09/13 Summary 09/09/13 Attendees
June 3, 2013 06/03/13 Agenda 06/03/13 Summary 06/03/13 Attendees
March 4, 2013 03/04/13 Agenda 03/04/13 Summary 03/04/13 Attendees
September 24, 2012 09/24/12 Agenda 09/24/12 Summary 09/24/12 Attendees
June 4, 2012 06/04/12 Agenda 06/04/12 Summary 06/04/12 Attendees
March 5, 2012 03/05/12 Agenda 03/05/12 Summary 03/05/12 Attendees
November 7, 2011 11/07/11 Agenda 11/07/11 Summary 11/07/11 Attendees
November 15, 2010 11/15/10 Agenda 11/15/10 Summary 11/15/10 Attendees

 

Staff Contact:

For more information, or to suggest topics for meetings, please call Sonia Crawford at (512) 239-0636 or e-mail wras@tceq.texas.gov and put "Topic for WRAWG" in the subject line of your message.