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Bastrop County & Cedar Creek Residents!

A permit application is on file with the TCEQ for a Waste Transfer Station in much of Cedar Creek’s flood plain and could be a traffic hazard!

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is considering granting a permit requested for a Waste Transfer Station to be placed near the already dangerous intersection of Highway 21 near FM 812 and in the flood plain of Cedar Creek.

Bastrop County Residents: We request your attendance at two urgently important meetings!* Meeting #1: This Thursday, Sept. 14, 6:30 pm Bastrop Fire Station ESD #5, 1525 FM 812, to prepare you for Meeting #2. (Please bring a folding chair to this meeting!) * Meeting #2: The following Monday, Sept. 18, 7 pmCedar Creek High School * This meeting was called by TCEQ We will prepare you at Meeting #1 with more information about this project and what you can do to have your voice heard at Meeting #2.

It is imperative that we have a big turn out for Meeting #2, so please make every effort to attend this meeting whether you can be at meeting #1 — or send someone to represent you at either meeting.

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