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1 Trinity River Authority of Texas Wastewater TreatmentWater StorageRecreation FacilitiesLake LivingstonWater Treatment Update on the Wallisville Saltwater Barrier

2 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

3 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

4 1914 Lake Anahuac

5 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

6 1950s Drought

7 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

8 TRA Created by Texas Legislature in Building a Saltwater Barrier was an Element of TRAs Statute

9 TRA is responsible for…… the construction of a salt-water barrier with barge lock in the Trinity River – which will protect the users of fresh water for irrigation purposes; construction of such salt-water barrier with barge lock shall be commenced prior to September 1, 1963.

10 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

11 First TRA/Houston Contract o Houston will build, own and operate Lake Livingston o Funding for Livingston/Saltwater Barrier Projects established Water Rights Permits o Lake Livingstons water rights permit No issued to Houston (902,800 AF) and TRA (351,600 AF) o Wallisvilles Water Rights Permit No issued to Houston (38,000 AF) and TRA (51,600 AF) Fixed rights agreements o Guaranteed water for rice farmers o If Lake Livingston is finished before Wallisville, salinity control releases must be made from May 15 to September 15

12 Original Fixed Rights Agreements (Amounts in Acre-Feet/Year) Dayton 33,000 Devers 86,000 CLCND 88,820

13 Major Lower Trinity River Diversions (Amounts in Acre-Feet/Year) Dayton Liberty Trinity River Anahuac Trinity Bay Up to 450,000 of Houstons 940,800 per 1978 Livingston /Wallisville Amendment 56,000 Purchased from Devers 30,000 Purchased from CLCND 86,000 Total 2, ,500 from TRA- Livingston per Fixed Rights Contract, bankruptcy settlement and 2009 legislation Lake Anahuac 58,820 (30,000 sold to SJRA) Wallisville Saltwater Barrier CWA/Houston Luce Bayou (Under Development) SJRA CWA/Houston LNVA- Devers CLCND 940,800 (Livingston/Wallisville) 33,000 (Dayton Canal Purchase pending water rights amendment) 49,700 (Southern Canal Purchase) 1,023,500Total

14 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized 1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

15 Wallisville authorized as a 19,700 Surface Acre Reservoir

16 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

17 TRA will build, own and operate Lake Livingston If the federal government fails to build Wallisville TRA would build it under the same cost sharing arrangements as Lake Livingston 1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract

18 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

19 1967 Wallisville Construction Begins

20 1967 Local sponsors agreement with the COE o Repayment terms Local sponsors operating agreement o TRA/Houston would repay under the terms of the 1964 contract o CLCND would have approval authority over changes and operations

21 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Lawsuit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

22 1971 Sierra Club Filed Environmental Lawsuit 1973 Federal District Court Stopped Wallisville Construction

23 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped 1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction1974 – 1987 Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

24 Wallisville Lay Dormant 1973-early 1990s

25 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

26 Key Events Following Injunction 5 th Circuit Court Appeal Reversal in 1974 COE to tidy up Wallisvilles EIS Wallisville redesigned U.S. Congress reauthorizes Wallisville in early 1980s Retained cost sharing agreement 5th Circuit Court vacated Injunction in 1987 Congress appropriates funds to redesign and start construction in early 1990s

27 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

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29 1914 Lake Anahuac o Rice Production o Salt Water Intrusion 1950s Drought o River Dams o Purchase Water from Lake Lavon 1955 TRA Created o Saltwater Barrier o No Funds 1959 First Contracts o TRA/Houston Contract o Water Rights Permits o Fixed Rights 1962 Wallisville Authorized Second TRA/Houston Contract1964 Second TRA/Houston Contract 1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements1967 Wallisville Construction and Agreements 1971 Sierra Club Law Suit 1973 Construction Stopped Key Events Following Injunction 1990s Project Restarted o Funded o Redesign o Construction Started 1999 Wallisville Completed o Operations Begin o Local Cost Sharing Wallisville Timeline

30 1999 Wallisville Completed And Operational

31 Local Cost Sharing Agreement Repay capital costs for salinity control and recreation, percent of project costs Total construction cost $81,340,000 X percent = $10,580,707 for 50-years Operations and maintenance percent for salinity control and recreation Major capital replacement percent

32 Wallisville Payments Made to COE TRA Fiscal Year Total Debt Service Paid Interest Paid Principal Paid Routine O&M Paid Hurricane Ike Repairs Total Payments 2004 $ 415,342 $ - $ 415,342 $ 80, $ 495, $ 415,342 $ 327,528 $ 87,814 $ 80, $ 495, $ 415,342 $ 324,698 $ 90,644 $ 93, $ 509, $ 415,342 $ 321,778 $ 93,564 $108, $ 523, $ 415,342 $ 318,764 $ 96,579 $169, $ 584, $ 415,342 $ 315,652 $99,691 $215, $ 631, $ 415,342 $ 312,440 $102,902 $147, $143, $ 705, $ 415,342 $ 309,124 $106,218 $123, $310, $ 848, $ 415,342 $ 305,702 $ 109,640 $189, $ 58, $ 664, * $ 415,342 $ 302,169 $113,173 $156, $ 319, $ 891, *Routine O&M and Ike repairs estimated

33 Trinity River Authority of Texas Wastewater TreatmentWater StorageRecreation FacilitiesLake LivingstonWater Treatment Update on the Wallisville Saltwater Barrier


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