high water warning

Here is the link to the warning system for Hays County Roads. You will soon see a green dot at the bridge on Lime Kiln. It shows the “real time” water height at the bridge. Not sure if this helps or hurts our communication process. What do you think?




About pastorrobin

Hello. I pastor PromiseLand Church in San Marcos, TX. I am married to Erica, and we have 3 kids: Kennady, Jude, and Avery. All little ones! Visit our church site at www.psmchurch.com

Posted on July 31, 2007, in General. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. joshuasthoughts

    I think it is a great idea. As far as communication, on a civil level, yes, PSM level, not really. Thats just my ever so feeble opinion. (working on my pride).

  2. I’m with you Joshua. It is nice to know if the bridge is useable and if our leaders decide to make this the criterion that dictates our actions; I guess it could be really important. What would be best for all who depend on Lime Kiln, is for the county/city to raise the bridge so all our lives can continue during flooding. That will take a lot of pressure from a lot of people directed at the politicians.

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