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City Council Moves to Establish Utility Commission

City Council Moves to Establish Utility Commission 

DRIPPING SPRINGS, TEXAS – January 7, 2019, –  The City of Dripping Springs is establishing a utility commission and is currently accepting applications for commissioners. The commission will serve as a recommending body for City Council and is tasked with the following:

assist the City in its Wastewater Plant operations and reuse plans. including expansion. 
assist the City in achieving its goal of 100% beneficial reuse. 
assist the City with procedures and policies related to retail water services provided by the City.

The Commission will have a minimum of five voting members, two of which will be reserved for members nominated by Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District (HTGCD). At least two of the voting members must be residents within City of Dripping Springs city limits. The remaining seats will have representation by individuals with interests within the City Limits and the ETJ.

Appointed members will serve a two-year term. Utility Commission meetings are open to the public and will be held the second Wednesday every month at 4 p.m. at City Hall.
For a commissioner application or more information in general about the Utility Commission, please visit


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