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Pipeline officials in Marfa next week

May 7th, 2015 under Top Stories

By SARAH M. VASQUEZ

MARFA – Representatives from Energy Transfer Partners are expected to be at the Presidio County Commissioners’ Court meeting at 9am Tuesday, May 12 at the Presidio County Courthouse in Marfa.

Presidio County Judge Cinderela Guevara said the public is welcome to ask questions regarding the Trans Pecos Pipeline that is proposed to run from the Waha Hub near Coyanosa in Pecos County to Presidio.

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2 Responses to “Pipeline officials in Marfa next week”

  1. NormWilson says:

    You want to read the article from the May 7th Big Bend Sentinel titled “Alpine selling water to pipeline company” then I suggest doing some research and attending this meeting so you can voice your approval or disapproval of this measure.
    I will try to attend this, even though I am a resident of Brewster County I want to have as much information as possible.
    At this time, I am against selling or otherwise sending our water out of our area, this may change upon learning more facts . . . I damned well doubt it though, sounds like another scheme by our mayor and council to put some more money in their pockets and the hell with the citizens.
    I would however appreciate input from anyone who can disprove this theory.
    Please Note that I said “Disprove” not “Voice opinions” I do not vote on opinions, I vote on what I can prove or at times, disprove.
    I also suggest using spell check and then proofreading your comments, comments with more than a couple grammatical and spelling errors get sent straight to my Junk mail.
    I will try to attend this although I am a resident of Brewster County. I want to have as much information as possible prior to venting further.
    At this time, I am against selling or otherwise sending our water out of our area, this may change upon learning more facts . . . I damned well doubt it though, sounds like another scheme by our mayor and council to put some more money in their pockets and the hell with the citizens.
    I would however appreciate input from anyone who can disprove this theory.
    Please Note; I said “Disprove” not “Voice Opinions” I do not vote on opinions, I vote on what I can prove or at times, disprove. This *NOTE* is for those who email me, you’re entitled to voice opinions here in this forum and that’s what I’d like to see more of here.
    I also suggest using spell check and then proofreading your comments, comments with more than a couple grammatical and spelling errors get sent straight to my Junk mail.
    Yes, my English Professors at Sul Ross all informed me of my excessive comma usage, went in one ear and out the other, Sorry ladies.
    And yes, as a 100% disabled Texas Veteran, I do NOT pay property taxes.
    I am, however, still a citizen of this Country, State, County and City and as such I have a right to vote and to complain when things don’t go my way . . . I plan to take full advantage of those rights on this topic.
    Thank you and check the Avalanche and Sentinel for further venting and maybe some info.
    Norm Wilson
    Alpine, Texas

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