PK Lake Association & The BRA-TCEQ Water Permit Application
In 1971, the PK Lake Association "PKLA" was formed as a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Possum Kingdom Lake. The PKLA is as passionate about the PK Lake community as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices | Pondera Properties is! Over the years, the PKLA has been involved in a number of local issues, including the BRA land divestiture, but perhaps none as important as the current issue facing our lake: The BRA's request to sell over 1 million acre-feet of water in addition to the 400,000 acre-feet it is already allowed to market.
This page is dedicated to keeping you informed about the current status of this water permit application and the PKLA's efforts on behalf of the Possum Kingdom Lake community - if you are not currently a member, please consider joining today.
- Filing by BRA's lawyers in connection with the application to sell water dated May 16, 2014
- Letter to the Members and Friends of the Possum Kingdom Lake Association dated August 14, 2013 - In our opinion, this is a very good overview of the application and current status; we encourage everyone to read this.
- Formal Comments addressed to the TCEQ regarding Water Use Permit Application No. 5851 dated July 25, 2013.
- Technical Review of the BRA's Permit Application and Water Management Plan prepared for the PKLA by Jordan Furnans of Intera, Inc. Dr. Furnans, a registered Professional Engineer, presented a slideshow at the PKLA Annual Meeting in June 2013, using selected tables, text and charts in this document. During his presentation, he discussed the significance of the information and answered questions pertaining to the application.