A group of concerned citizens with broad public support, including more than 1,700 folks who signed the petition, have officially formed Friends of Lydia Ann Channel (FLAC).
The Aransas County Navigation District has decided to lease 100 acres of submerged land along the west side of Lydia Ann Channel to the same firm that has moored dozens of barges on the channel’s east side. The new lease area stretches from a point just south of the Lydia Ann Lighthouse to the point[…]
A citizens’ group has put together a petition in an effort to oust dozens of barges from where they’re being docked in the Lydia Ann Channel. The petition says government agencies erred in granting permission for the barges to dock there and that the vessels pose environmental and safety hazards and will displace recreational boaters.[…]
In 2012, folks began complaining to Texas Parks & Wildlife and other agencies about loaded barges awaiting access to the port and inner harbor that were beached along the backside of San Jose Island damaging seagrass and promoting erosion. They implored officials to do their job as protectors of our natural resources. Read the full[…]