The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Texas Institute for Applied Environmental Research hosted a community forum Thursday night to discuss its ongoing assessment of water quality and watershed planning for Nolan Creek and South Nolan Creek.
The study was initiated in an effort to remove elevated bacteria levels from a waterway segment. Twenty-nine miles of Nolan Creek were originally listed in 1996 as having elevated bacteria levels in certain segments of the creek, according to Nikki Jackson, the institute’s project director.
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