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Legislation governing water reuse in Texas

San Angelo Standard-Times

Date: 4/23/2016 11:35:00 PM

He added that he's "an all-of-the-above kind of person." San Angelo's surface water sources — the reservoirs of O.H. Ivie, E.V. Spence, Twin Buttes, O.C. Fisher and Lake Nasworthy — along with the groundwater source at the Hickory Aquifer well field

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Verizon Communications : Aquirre touts leadership, communication skills

4 Traders

Date: 4/19/2016 6:24:00 AM

A retired regional president of Verizon, he served as vice chairman for a group of city officials and residents charged with updating the city's charter in 2015 and is president of Lake Nasworthy Home Owners Association. "I have the skills of a proven

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Aquirre touts leadership, communication skills

San Angelo Standard-Times

Date: 4/18/2016 8:16:00 PM

A retired regional president of Verizon, he served as vice chairman for a group of city officials and residents charged with updating the city's charter in 2015 and is president of Lake Nasworthy Home Owners Association. "I have the skills of a proven

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Experts evaluated water reuse options, found best fit for San Angelo

Oklahoma News

Date: 4/17/2016 7:11:00 AM

The 2015 study looked at both indirect potable reuse — in which treated wastewater is added to an existing surface water source, such as Twin Buttes Reservoir or Lake Nasworthy — and direct potable reuse, in which the treated reclaimed water is sent to

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Coordinating Nature Center with nod to Crocodile Hunter

San Angelo Standard-Times

Date: 4/2/2016 3:57:00 PM

We are located at 7409 Knickerbocker Road, right on the shores of Lake Nasworthy. Our hours of operation are noon to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. General admission for the nature center museum is free for ages 3 and younger, $2 for ages 4-12

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• River: South Concho River
• Surface Area: 1,380 Acres
• Volume: 8,432 Acre Feet
• Drainage Area: 3,833 Square Miles
• Average Depth: 6 Feet
• Maximum Depth: 29 feet
Lake Nasworthy is located approximately six miles southwest of San Angelo in Tom Green County, on the South Concho River, a tributary of the Concho River which is a tributary of the Colorado River. More...

Lake Nasworthy was built by West Texas Utilities Company in 1930 and provides municipal water to the city of San Angelo. Lake Nasworthy has been stocked with multiple species of fish including Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Smallmouth Bass, White Crappie, Hybrid Striped Bass and Catfish. The City of San Angelo operates five recreational facilities along the lake, including Knickerbocker Park, Middle Concho Park, Mary Lee Park, and Pecan Creek Park. There are many popular recreational activities including boating, fishing, and camping.

PUBLIC ACCESS FACILITIES

Numerous boat ramps and camping areas are located around the lake. Most are operated by the San Angelo Parks & Recreation Department; a few are private businesses. Fees are charged for some ramps and camping facilities. Camping is also available at San Angelo State Park, located on the shores of O.C. Fisher Lake.

RESERVOIR CONTROLLING AUTHORITY

San Angelo Parks & Recreation Department
702 S Chadbourne Street
San Angelo, Texas 76903
(325) 277-8766


This information courtesy of
Texas State Parks and Wildlife Department, "Lake Nasworthy" Jul-31-2014

The Texas Water Development Board Web. Jul-31-2014

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