The League of Women Voters is planning a public meeting this week to look at ways of dealing with growth in an area where developers have done such things as form mini-governments to seize neighboring ranch lands and are petitioning environmental regulators to allow them to place sewer effluent into dry creeks.

“We believe this will be a significant meeting ... Possible public policy strategies for dealing with growth will be explored,” said Jensie Madden of the League of Women Voters-Comal Area.

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