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Final report, 1988 Yuma County Town Hall : Water : Yuma's prosperity-- today and tomorrow

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Final report, 1988 Yuma County Town Hall : Water : Yuma's prosperity-- today and tomorrow
Title
Final report, 1988 Yuma County Town Hall
Title remainder
Water : Yuma's prosperity-- today and tomorrow
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
AZP
Government publication
local government publication
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Yuma County Town Hall
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  • Water-supply
  • Water rights
  • Water rights
  • Groundwater
  • Environmental law
  • Water-supply
  • Arizona
  • Real property
  • Land titles
  • Water conservation
  • Land use
  • Water resources development
  • Water
  • Land use
  • Land use
  • Groundwater
  • Water resources development
  • Water-supply
  • Water utilities
  • Water
  • Water use
  • Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
  • Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
  • Water-supply
  • Water transfer
  • Water quality
  • Water security
  • Water rights
  • Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
Label
Final report, 1988 Yuma County Town Hall : Water : Yuma's prosperity-- today and tomorrow
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title: Third Annual Yuma County Town Hall
  • "Released May 25, 1988."
  • In 3-ring binder, loose leaf pages [awc]
Contents
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Yuma Projects Office- The Colorado River
  • Legal Overview, Yuma County Town Hall-Yuma's Water-Yuma's Prosperity
  • Ground Water Report for the 1990s Bureau of Rec, Geology and Ground Water Branch
  • 1977 Town Hall Report
  • Demonstrating Water Availability for New Developments
  • Arizona's Groundwater Management Code
  • Assured and Adequate Water Supply Requirements
  • Who Must Demonstrate an Assured or Adequate Water Supply
  • How to Demonstrate and Assured Water Supply Within an AMA
  • Groundwater Rights in Arizona
  • Partners in Progress
  • Arizona's Groundwater Management Code
  • How Does the Code Work?
  • What Rights or Permits Allow Groundwater Withdrawal Within AMAs?
  • Exempt Wells
  • Grandfathered Rights
  • Irrigation Grandfathered Right
  • Type 1, Non-irrigation Grandfathered Right
  • Type 2, Non-irrigation Grandfathered Right
  • Withdrawal Permits
  • Service Area Rights
  • What is the Yuma Provate Industry Council?
  • Storage and Recovery Permits
  • What provisions of the Code Regulate Groundwater Use?
  • Limiting Irrigated Acreage
  • Groundwater Management Plans
  • Measuring and Rpeorting groundwater Use
  • Assured and Adequate Water Supply Requirements
  • Well Drilling and Registration
  • How Is the Code Enforced?
  • FAQ
  • How can I obtain water for a non-irrigation use within an AMA?
  • What Does the Private Industry Council Do?
  • Can I still apply for a grandfathered right?
  • How do I change ownership of my exmept well?
  • If I don't pumpm groundwater for several years, will I lose my groundwater right?
  • Do I endanger the amount of my total annual farm allotment by not using all of my allotted groundwater?
  • I'm selling my land. What should I do about my grandfathered right?
  • Are there any circumstances under which I may substitute the irrigated acres covered by an Irrigation grandfathered right?
  • Can I transport my water?
  • Who must submit an annual pumpage report?
  • How do I measure water withdrawls
  • Where can I obtain records on water rights?
  • What Else Does the Private Industry Council Do?
  • For More Information
  • How to demonstrate an adequate water supply outside an AMA
  • The role of CAP water in demonstrating water availability
  • FAQ
  • What other agencies might I need to contact regarding water supply for my new development?
  • Can Central Arizona Project water or surface water rights be used to demonstrate water availability?
  • How can I find out if my development can be served by a designated water provider?
  • How can I start my own water supply company?
  • For More Information
  • Designated Providers
  • What Kinds of Services are Available Under JTPA?
  • Western Network Report: Overview
  • Water Marketing
  • Final report 1988, Yuma County Town Hall
  • Water: Yuma's Prosperity-Today and Tomorrow
  • Overview: Water, The Tide is Changing
Control code
ocm19622197
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
1 volume (loose-leaf)
Other physical details
illustraions, maps
System control number
(Sirsi) o19622197
Label
Final report, 1988 Yuma County Town Hall : Water : Yuma's prosperity-- today and tomorrow
Publication
Note
  • Cover title: Third Annual Yuma County Town Hall
  • "Released May 25, 1988."
  • In 3-ring binder, loose leaf pages [awc]
Contents
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Yuma Projects Office- The Colorado River
  • Legal Overview, Yuma County Town Hall-Yuma's Water-Yuma's Prosperity
  • Ground Water Report for the 1990s Bureau of Rec, Geology and Ground Water Branch
  • 1977 Town Hall Report
  • Demonstrating Water Availability for New Developments
  • Arizona's Groundwater Management Code
  • Assured and Adequate Water Supply Requirements
  • Who Must Demonstrate an Assured or Adequate Water Supply
  • How to Demonstrate and Assured Water Supply Within an AMA
  • Groundwater Rights in Arizona
  • Partners in Progress
  • Arizona's Groundwater Management Code
  • How Does the Code Work?
  • What Rights or Permits Allow Groundwater Withdrawal Within AMAs?
  • Exempt Wells
  • Grandfathered Rights
  • Irrigation Grandfathered Right
  • Type 1, Non-irrigation Grandfathered Right
  • Type 2, Non-irrigation Grandfathered Right
  • Withdrawal Permits
  • Service Area Rights
  • What is the Yuma Provate Industry Council?
  • Storage and Recovery Permits
  • What provisions of the Code Regulate Groundwater Use?
  • Limiting Irrigated Acreage
  • Groundwater Management Plans
  • Measuring and Rpeorting groundwater Use
  • Assured and Adequate Water Supply Requirements
  • Well Drilling and Registration
  • How Is the Code Enforced?
  • FAQ
  • How can I obtain water for a non-irrigation use within an AMA?
  • What Does the Private Industry Council Do?
  • Can I still apply for a grandfathered right?
  • How do I change ownership of my exmept well?
  • If I don't pumpm groundwater for several years, will I lose my groundwater right?
  • Do I endanger the amount of my total annual farm allotment by not using all of my allotted groundwater?
  • I'm selling my land. What should I do about my grandfathered right?
  • Are there any circumstances under which I may substitute the irrigated acres covered by an Irrigation grandfathered right?
  • Can I transport my water?
  • Who must submit an annual pumpage report?
  • How do I measure water withdrawls
  • Where can I obtain records on water rights?
  • What Else Does the Private Industry Council Do?
  • For More Information
  • How to demonstrate an adequate water supply outside an AMA
  • The role of CAP water in demonstrating water availability
  • FAQ
  • What other agencies might I need to contact regarding water supply for my new development?
  • Can Central Arizona Project water or surface water rights be used to demonstrate water availability?
  • How can I find out if my development can be served by a designated water provider?
  • How can I start my own water supply company?
  • For More Information
  • Designated Providers
  • What Kinds of Services are Available Under JTPA?
  • Western Network Report: Overview
  • Water Marketing
  • Final report 1988, Yuma County Town Hall
  • Water: Yuma's Prosperity-Today and Tomorrow
  • Overview: Water, The Tide is Changing
Control code
ocm19622197
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
1 volume (loose-leaf)
Other physical details
illustraions, maps
System control number
(Sirsi) o19622197

Library Locations

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