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Addendum 1 for RFQ

ADDENDUM 1 DATE: 9/16/22 PROJECT: RFQ #2022 ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR NEW POST OAK SAVANNAH GCD DISTRICT OFFICES, EDUCATION AND MEETING CENTER OWNER: POST OAK SAVANNAH GROUNDWATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT TO: Prospective Engineers or Architects This Addendum forms part of and modifies the original RFQ which may be found at https://posgcd.org/category/social-media-blog/, with additions noted below: There was no attendance

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Request For Qualifications –

SOLICITING SEALED RESPONSES TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Click Here to Download https://posgcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/RFQ-2022-002-Architectural_Engineering-Services-for-New-Education-and-Meeting-Center.verFinal.pdf Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District (“POSGCD”) is soliciting sealed Responses to its Request for Qualifications; hereinafter referred to as RFQ, to be received by the General Manager’s Office located at 310 East Avenue C, Milano, Texas 76556 or via mail to P.O.

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Bobby Bazan elected TAGD Secretary!

Bobby Bazan is another TAGD officer that is new to the Executive Committee. While Bobby wanted to be the President of the United States or Governor of Texas when he was younger, we hope he’ll find satisfaction as TAGD’s secretary. In this role, he looks forward to working with the Information & Education Committee and

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Aquifer Recharge
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POSGCD Board Considers Recharge Study

Dr. Brad Wilcox from the Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology at Texas A&M University gave a presentation on the potential for enhancing recharge in the Carrizo Wilcox Aquifer at the Board’s monthly meeting May 11, 2020. The presentation entitled “Potential for Increasing Recharge in the Post Oak Savannah Ecoregion” outlined a study Dr. Wilcox

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Jaclyn Robertson Featured in Texas Water Resources Institute

Jaclyn Robertson is a third-generation Aggie and the fourth generation to live on their family property in Milano County, Texas. Her strong connection to her community and deep Texas roots what motivates her work as an AgriLife Extension associate for the Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI). “As Texans, we value tradition and independence and I think that can

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POSGCD was featured on “From the Ground Up” on KBTX

The Producers Cooperative Association has teamed up with KBTX Media to bring a weekly tv show called “From the Ground Up”! We are excited to tell you that POSGCD was featured on “From the Ground Up” on KBTX, channel 3 Bryan/College Station TV program on Dec 9, 2020. Below is a copy of the program. 

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Groundwater Well Assistance Program

The Groundwater Well Assistance Program program was created to assist well owners whose wells are projected to experience water level declines in their wells below the pump during normal operations as a result of groundwater production in GMA 12. Watch the video below to learn more about the program. You can read the document in its entirety, click here.

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Vista Ridge Discharge

For those who wish to follow this event we have placed the following events in chronological order: Link to The Rivard Report June 10 SAWS to Westbrook – 1 June 11 TCEQ General Permit No. TXG670000 effective on April 5 SAWS to Westbrook -2 June 12 SAWS to Westbrook – 3 June 12 EPCOR to

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Addendum 1 for RFQ

ADDENDUM 1 DATE: 9/16/22 PROJECT: RFQ #2022 ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR NEW POST OAK SAVANNAH GCD DISTRICT OFFICES, EDUCATION AND MEETING CENTER OWNER: POST OAK SAVANNAH GROUNDWATER

Request For Qualifications –

SOLICITING SEALED RESPONSES TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Click Here to Download https://posgcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/RFQ-2022-002-Architectural_Engineering-Services-for-New-Education-and-Meeting-Center.verFinal.pdf Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District (“POSGCD”) is soliciting sealed Responses to its

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