BRA invites the public to a virtual meeting

BRA invites the public to a virtual meeting

You’re invited to join the Brazos River Authority for the inaugural Brown Bag on the Brazos.

The BRA is hosting its first virtual public meeting to share insights, take questions and receive public input as it aims to increase opportunities to highlight ongoing and future projects and answer questions.

BRA General Manager/CEO David Collinsworth

Join the BRA General Manager/CEO David Collinsworth and members of the BRA management team from noon to 1 p.m. April 8. Created to provide the public with BRA project information outside of the Board of Directors meetings, the virtual meeting will be hosted through Microsoft Teams Broadcast.

During the meeting, guests will hear from Water Services Manager Aaron Abel, who will review the BRA’s Strategic Plan and Technical Services Manager Blake Kettler, who will give an update on ongoing projects at the BRA. Abel will also share a water supply update.

The meeting will conclude with a question and answer session and an opportunity for the public to share thoughts.

Anyone can join a meeting via Microsoft Teams. Click the meeting invite here and select Join Microsoft Teams Meeting.

Clicking the link will open a web page where you’ll see two choices: Download the Windows app and Join on the web instead. If you join on the web, you can use either Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome. Enter your name and choose your audio and video settings. When you're ready, hit Join now. For further instructions, click here.

The Brazos River Authority was created by the Texas Legislature in 1929 as the first government entity in the United States created specifically for the purpose of developing and managing the water resources of an entire river basin. Mark your calendar now, and we look forward to sharing and answering your questions.