Please see the attached press release from the Llano County Commissioners Court. Llano County Commissioners Court has voted to discontinue debris removal.
The attached announcement provides explanation as to why the Lake LBJ drawdown will remain at 4 feet – Repair to the 2900 bridge.
This update was received January 7, 2019 from Commissioner Jones. It includes the dates of lake lowering, the progress on our “very greatly missed” 2900 bridge with an interesting webcam, and our “slab road” which many of us use on a daily basis.
Please continue to use caution and check the City’s and Llano County’s websites for updates.
This announcement was received Friday, January 4th, 2019, due to the recent rains.
Commissioner Peter Jones provided a summary of the comments and information obtained via the Townhall Meeting held on December 13, 2018 at Horseshoe Bay.
This FAQ’s list was generated November 2018 and provides many answers including dates of lowering for each lake, how much, permitting, activities that are prohibited during the drawdown, etc.
If you have any questions you may call LCRA Water Quality Protection at 512-578-2324.
The attached is an update provided by Commissioner Jones regarding the Debris Pickup that started on November 27, 2018 and detailed information in relation thereto.
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SUNRISE BEACH VILLAGE,TEXAS, EXPRESSING OPPOSITION TO THE PORTABLE CRUSHER PROPOSED BY COLLIER MATERIALS, INC. AND EXPRESSING CONCERNS REGARDING PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE IMPLICATIONS OF THE PROPOSED OPERATION.
Everyone is welcome for the RM2900 Bridge Replacement Project Groundbreaking Ceremony, to be held on November 9, 2018 at 11 a.m. The ceremony will take place on the north side of the Llano River arm of Lake LBJ.