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Water Resource Management


LCCN is in a continuous and necessarily dynamic process regarding all elements that should comprise Montgomery County’s water resource management strategy and action plans. It is essential that LCCN, on behalf of its community constituency, be able at all times to state and advo¬cate both the individual elements that it believes belong in the strategy and the positioning of each.

At the same time, LCCN hopes to find that, in the majority of cases now and going forward, there is both awareness and basic agreement on much of its positioning from responsible and involved public sector and private sector organizations. Where there is disagreement, LCCN is committed to understanding the basis for differences, assisting the development of new information where necessary, educating and polling its constituency on how to deal with such differences and available information and then championing the community’s perspective where necessary in pursuit of reasonable accommodations from public and private sector organizations.

Present LCCN Perspective

free download, public informationLCCN’s present perspective follows. During the first and second quarter of 2014, LCCN intends to expand its website to give the community access to current and future data, policy and political studies & reports that form the basis for its perspective. Through this site and other media outlets, it intends to analyze and regularly post any evolution in its core perspective.

1. ALL COMPONENTS OF WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLANS AND ACTIONS MUST:

2. MONTGOMERY COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MODELS – BOTH NEAR (5 TO 10 YRS) AND LONG TERM – MUST ADDRESS RAPIDLY EMERGING REALITIES:

3. COUNTY SURFACE WATER IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO MEET EMERGING TRANSFORMATIONAL NEEDS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY OR ITS GREATER LAKE CONROE REGION:

4. STABILITY OF LAKE CONROE WATER LEVEL IS CRITICAL TO PRIVATE SECTOR CONFID-ENCE AND THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE FULL ECONOMIC POTENTIAL OF THE GREATER LAKE CONROE REGION. A FULL COMPLE-MENT OF WATER RESOURCES ARE NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE THIS:

5. HOUSTON’S CALL ON LAKE CONROE WATER MUST SUPPORT, RATHER THAN CONFLICT, WITH MONTGOMERY COUNTY’S WATER NEEDS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:

6. RELIABLE, PREDICTABLE CONSERVATION MUST BE A CORE COMPONENT OF THE COUNTY WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLAN AND ACTIONS.

7. THE OVERALL WATER RESOURCE PLAN IS ONLY CREDIBLE IF COORDINATED, PARTNERED ACTION IS PUBLICLY TRANS-PARENT AND PROGRESS IS MEASURED AND REPORTED REGULARLY:

Resources for Developing Perspective

water resource management systems diagram

Over the coming months, LCCN will use this website to provide its constituents with:

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