Property owners throughout the hill country voice their concerns over the Permian Highway pipeline which could invade their personal properties. Not only will it destroy natural habits for wildlife and water resources but it is personal for them. It hinders on their serenity and peaceful country life that they have worked their whole life to enjoy. They didn’t sign up for this and yet their concerns seem to be ignored.
What takes hundreds of years to establish, can take a hundreds of more years to restore once it is disrupted? It is hard to put a price on the value and peace of mind of knowing that your water supply is clean, safe and healthy. At what price are they willing to protect our endangered species and our beautiful hill country?