CSPA, C-WIN and AquAlliance respond to DWR and State Board over water rights protests

On 12 August 2011, the California Sportfishing Protection Alliance (CSPA), California Water Impact Network (C-WIN) and AquAlliance formally responded to comments from the Department of Water Resources regarding the group’s protests of DWR’s petition to the State Water Resources Control Board (State Board) requesting a time extension to put its State Water Project water rights to full beneficial use.  The letter stated that granting DWR’s petition would be contrary to law, not serve the public interest and have adverse environmental impacts.  Consequently, the protests remain unresolved and need to be addressed by the State Board.  CSPA, C-WIN, AquAlliance Letter

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