The SOS staff continues to work from home to keep our Hill Country home waters clean and flowing. This is a great time to have more eyes on what our local officials are doing that either benefit or harm the long-term health, beauty, diversity, and sustainability of our region. Several sister conservation groups together filed a “friend of the court” brief in support of the SOS Alliance legal challenge to the state approval of the City of Dripping Springs permit to discharge over 800,000 gallons per day of treated sewage into Onion Creek. A hearing on the appeal, pending in Travis County District Court, has been postponed for about two months.