June 5, 2018

GVTC Auditorium

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It’s a well-known fact that Texans hold fast and true to their rights as private property owners, and property owners generally have the right to develop and use their property in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

But what happens when the federal, state or local laws and regulations lend themselves to land fragmentation and degradation?

What are land owners to do when their neighbor’s business causes concerns about long term health and safety, with little to no recourse except through expensive nuisance lawsuits?

How do you as a land owner protect your property value when your neighbor is allowed by law to compromise it?

Come learn about some of the tools that could be available to elected county commissioners to assist in managing development and controlling incompatible land use in unincorporated areas of fast-growing counties.

This public forum will provide you with information about what measures you and your elected officials can take to preserve our beloved Hill Country. Learn about local control and help preserve your Texas Hill Country now—it’s the only one we have.

Co-sponsored by Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance, League of Women Voters of the Comal Area, and Preserve Our Hill Country Environment.

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