[env-trinity] Meeting Scheduled to Develop a Form of Contract That Incorporates Elements of the Collaborative....
jallen at trinitycounty.org
Tue Aug 21 14:35:11 PDT 2007
Media Contact: Jeffrey McCracken 916-978-5100
jmccracken at mp.usbr.gov
For Release On: August 21, 2007
Meeting Scheduled to Develop a Form of Contract That Incorporates
Elements of the Collaborative Drainage Resolution
The Bureau of Reclamation announces a meeting to discuss changes that
should be made to the recently negotiated Long-Term Renewal Contracts
with several Central Valley Project (CVP) San Luis Unit Contractors that
incorporates elements identified in the Collaborative Drainage
Resolution process. Contractors include the Pacheco, Panoche, San Luis,
and Westlands Water Districts. The proposed form of long-term renewal
contracts will be for the continued delivery of CVP water.
The meeting will be held:
In Los Banos, California
Monday, August 27, 2007
Starting at 9 a.m.
The Fair Grounds (Germino Building*)
403 "F" Street
Los Banos, California.
* The Germino Building is the octagonal building located just west of
the main building.
The public is welcome to observe the meeting. For additional
information, please contact
Mr. Federico Barajas at 916-978-5113, TDD 916-978-5608, or e-mail at
fbarajas at mp.usbr.gov.
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