GATESVILLE — Since Texas voters passed Proposition 6 on Nov. 5, government leaders across the state have been lining up with their buckets for their share of the $2 billion the measure authorized to implement projects in the 2012 state water plan.
Coryell County commissioners are not only rushing to get in line, but also are trying to get a bigger bucket to meet the needs of the expected population growth west and northwest of Fort Hood.
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