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County Council Chair Geoff Rodgers and Utilities Board Vice Chair Tim Neal jointly announced Friday all activity will cease on the proposed test wells in White Rock Canyon to develop the County’s San Juan/Chama water rights.
The hiatus is intended to give councilors time to better understand issues surrounding the San Juan/Chama water rights, determine appropriate policy steps, and provide direction to the Board of Public Utilities, according to a statement released by the county.
Public concerns over the test wells were voiced during a May 23 Special Board of Public Utilities meeting and on the county’s “Open Forum” page. Rodgers emphasized that the community as a whole owns the water rights and therefore, it is important for the council to weigh in on this issue.
“The Councilors are committed to thoroughly examining and evaluating the 40-year Water Plan, the County’s San Juan/Chama water rights, and previous council policy direction to the Board of Public Utilities,” he said.
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