Update: GSA Update on Basin Boundary Reprioritization and Hearing Today

Remember the GSA panels have state authority to charge fees for water use including wells, the power of imminent domain, power to raise monies for capital projects and more. They are talking fees now and want ag exempted, the largest group of water users. 

Update: GSA Update on Basin Boundary Reprioritization and Hearing Today

 

Update
The deadline for Basin Boundary Modifications has been extended to July 31, 2018 and the deadline for comments on Basin Reprioritization has been extended to August 20, 2018. Plan Manager Jay Jasperse and Marcus Trotta will be drafting a letter from the Santa Rosa Plain GSA. The letter will be shared with you and with staff, in case member agencies and stakeholder would also like to make comments on reprioritization.
Tomorrow’s Listening Session
Attached are some fairly detailed talking points for DWR’s listening session on Basin Reprioritization,   June 26 (tomorrow), 1 p.m. at the Krug Event Center, Best Western, Healdsburg (right off the Dry Creek exit).  A couple of things to note:
  1. There is a lot of construction on both Grove Street (hotel entrance) and on Dry Creek Road, so plan to arrive early to find parking and a seat;
  2. The talking points are meant to provide you background information, and for you to pick and choose one or two points you would like to make;
  3. There is no announced time limit to comments, but should probably plan to limit them to 3 minutes or so.

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