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Posted: Monday, March 25, 2013 7:08 pm | Updated: 12:46 pm, Tue Mar 26, 2013.

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation will host several meetings next week seeking public comments on a regional water system proposed for the Pojoaque Basin.

The regional water system, which will divert water from the Rio Grande, is a key part of a water rights settlement in the Aamodt case.

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2 comments:

  • lizd posted at 9:46 am on Tue, Mar 26, 2013.

    lizd Posts: 8

    PS I understand there was a bill to thin the trees and another to set aside water for Forest fires. In this useless Roundhouse session, neither passed.

    What are we going to do in a few months when there are fires?

    Is anyone paying attention? Just wondering.

     
  • lizd posted at 9:45 am on Tue, Mar 26, 2013.

    lizd Posts: 8

    I have a comment. I lived in CA during the draughts there. WHY are we not on mandatory water rules like we were there? Is everyone expecting that we will get water from Chama etc? that is not gonna happen.

    we are in a dire state vis a vis water, but you would not know it. NO restaurants tell people not to flush unless necessary, nor hotels. If you are in a private home, no signs. No education of the people by the City or County about how to set up grey water systems to water plants and gardens, and how to monitor your own water use.

    Are we just going to go on like this in denial until one day I turn on the tap and nothing comes out??

     
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