A selected case study of water administration in Texas
Henderson, Bill J.
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The following case study of v/ater development and administration in Texas began as a part of my responsibility as a research analyst for the Texas Research League during the summer of 1964. The League had been asked by the states' water agencies to conduct a study of statewide responsibilities in water development and administration. I was assigned to this project with the specific duty of preparing a profile of water planning and control in Tarrant County. During the course of completing this profile I was repeatedly made aware of the divided and aiversified nature of water law, water development, and water administration in Texas. As a result of this awareness, I decided to present examples and explanations of the divided and diversified water development system in Texas in this thesis.