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By Brenda Sommer
Managing Editor

The Mexia City Council will consider adopting an updated emergency water management plan and spending hotel/motel occupancy taxes when they meet April 15.
Council will consider adopting the latest set of updates to its emergency water plan, first adopted in 1998 and amended in 2002, 2005 and 2008. The plan defines triggers for a three-stage conservation plan when water supplies run low, as well as a plan in case something catastrophic disrupts the water supply.
The city receives water from Bistone Municipal Water Supply District, which is contracted to supply up to 4 million gallons of water per day from wells at its Personville Treatment Plant and, if needed, Lake Mexia.
Council also will consider applications for money from the hotel/motel occupancy tax by three groups:

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