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Walk the Bridge

Plano Star Courier

Date: 2/18/2019 4:39:00 AM

Those interested in joining this walk should meet at SH 66 public ramp parking on the Rockwall side of Hwy 66 of the Lake Ray Hubbard bridge, before 6 p.m. (walk begins at 6 p.m.), Feb. 22

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TPWD Announces Proposed Alligator Gar Regulation Changes

Park Cities People

Date: 2/13/2019 1:29:00 PM

could not harvest any alligator gar over that length from the Trinity River from the I-30 bridge in Dallas downstream to the I-10 bridge in Chambers County including the East Fork of the Trinity River

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Rowlett's Embattled Bayside Development Center of Community Campaigns


Date: 2/8/2019 8:21:00 PM

That development along Lake Ray Hubbard was approved a public-private partnership back in 2015 promising housing, businesses and recreation that would include an eight acre crystal lagoon. The proposa

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Here’s the silver lining in a developer’s slick marketing blitz against Rowlett’s crystal lagoon

Dallas Morning News

Date: 2/8/2019 3:00:00 AM

The public-private partnership that has worked since 2015 on the $1 billion mixed-use development began to fall apart last year after Bayside Land Partners LLC proposed major revisions to the project

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Water Resources Outlook (February 2019)

Todd Hamill

Date: 2/7/2019

Water Resources Outlook (February

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• River: East Fork Trinity River
• Surface Area: 22,745 Acres
This lake was built for municipal water supply but also features a lakeside power generating plant. Much of the north end retains its original standing timber. Shoreline areas have some vegetation. Water is fairly turbid, rather fertile and a maximum of 40 feet deep.

Ray Hubbard Lake was created over Corder Lake, which used to be under the HWY 66 bridge running north and south.
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