LCRA OFFERS REBATES TO HELP HOMES, BUSINESSES CONSERVE WATER


  1. The Lower Colorado River Authority is offering WaterSmart rebates to help residents and businesses conserve water and save money.


    Rebates of 50% of the cost, up to $600 per residential property, are available for irrigation system evaluations, pressure-reducing heads or nozzles, pressure-reducing valves and in-line regulators, soil moisture sensors, rain sensors, and smart controllers.  The program recently expanded to include pool filters, pool covers, landscape aeration, compost and mulch, and rainwater harvesting equipment.  


    LCRA offers the rebates to residents and businesses who receive water from one of its water customers, including the City of Burnet, City of Horseshoe Bay, City of Marble Falls and others.  LCRA domestic use customers are also eligible.


    The rebates cover equipment costs, not labor or tax, unless otherwise specified.  

    Visit WaterSmart.org/rebates to learn more about the rebates and to apply online.

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  1. NOTICE OF ANNEXATION

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:

    The City of Marble Falls, Texas proposes to institute annexation proceedings to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of said city to include the following described territory, to-wit:

    1,217 acres of land out of the H.T.& R. R.R. Co., Abstract 448, the G. Fischer Survey, Abstract 1565, the H.T. & B. R.R. Co., Abstract 1279, the P. James Survey, Abstract 492, the A. Bradley Survey, Abstract 61, the A. Wagner Survey, Abstract 948, the J.H. Behrens Survey, Abstract 111, and the T.G. Forster Survey, Abstract 316, said 1217 acres also being out of the following tracts: approximately 206 acres out of a tract described in a document to Watt Schieffer, Tract 4, recorded in Volume 1685, Page 392, Deed Records of Burnet County, Texas; approximately 574 acres out of those tracts described in a document to Hugo Hohenberger, recorded in Volume 85, Page 596, Deed Records of Burnet County, Texas; approximately 98 acres out of a tract described in a document to Dowd Ranch, LLC, recorded in Document No. 201101581, Official Public Records, Burnet County, Texas; approximately 316 acres described in a document to 281 Creighton Ranch, LLC, recorded in Document No. 201605081, Official Public Records, Burnet County, Texas, and approximately 9 acres out of the State Highway No. 71 right-of-way, and approximately 14 acres out of the U.S. Highway No. 281 right-of-way, Burnet County, Texas, located west of U.S. Highway 281 and south of State Highway 71.

    Final action will be taken on the Ordinance on November 21, 2017 at 8:00 am and shall be in the City Council Chambers of the City Hall of the City of Marble Falls, Texas, for all persons interested in the above proposed annexation. Of all said matters and things, all persons interested in the things and matters herein mentioned, will take notice.

    Posted this the 13th day of November 2017.

    Comments and/or questions regarding this notice may be directed to Valerie Kreger, Director of Development Services 830/798-7095 or by email to vkreger@marblefallstx.gov.