Everything changed when the spill gate at Lake Dunlap failed. Residents watched as their cherished lake retreated leaving behind a muddy mess and precious few answers about what would happen in the months ahead.
Adolfo Castro hasn’t had running water in his home since Saturday. Castro tries the tap, but nothing comes out.
They gathered along the banks of what used to be Lake Wood and talked. A group of neighbors, property owners, friends and elected officials looked out into the forest that sprouted up in the three years since a spill gate failure drained the lake, leaving only the river channel.
SEGUIN — A few weeks ago, members of the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority leadership team visited Guadalupe County Commissioners Court to make a dire plea for help.
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