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NID Concerned About Water Crackdown Proposal

With the water supply outlook still uncertain, despite recent storms, and a stormy outlook, NID General Manager Rem Scherzinger told the Board of Directors Wednesday morning that there’s a concern about a stricter state regulation on wasteful practices that’s under consideration…

click to listen to Rem Scherzinger

That’s among seven wasteful practices where violators could face up to a 500-dollar fine. NID Counsel Dustin Cooper also says water entities would have little or no legal ability to challenge violations..

click to listen to Dustin Cooper

The State Water Resources Control Board postponed the issue, at its meeting last week, and has not set a date yet for when they will consider it.

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