Water District Approved for Burleson County Community

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

A Burleson County community is one step closer to consolidating its water resources.

County Commissioners approved the formation of the Beaver Creek Water Control Improvement District at a special called meeting Wednesday night.

They then appointed five residents to serve as temporary board members. This paves the way for the board to begin work on a bond election, tentatively set for November.

Beaver Creek residents will then get to vote on whether to sell $3.5 million in bonds to fund a new water system for their community.

Currently, residents must provide their own water from private wells.

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