ST. GEORGE – The public is invited to attend a CIRPAC meeting Thursday focusing on water conservation and reliability in relation to the Lake Powell Pipeline at the Washington County Water Conservancy District.
CIRPAC is the water district’s Community Integrated Resource Planning Advisory Committee, is a 29-member citizen advisory committee that represents the residents of Washington County. The committee evaluates the district’s management and development of water resources, conservation, water quality, planning, funding and more.
The Lake Powell Pipeline is a project of the state of Utah that is projected to deliver 86,000 acre feet of water to Washington and Kane counties.
Nuding is presenting the organization’s proposed “Local Waters Alternative to the Lake Powell Pipeline.”
Millis is discussing the history and purpose of the 2006 Lake Powell Pipeline Development Act.
- When: 4-6 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 15
- Where: Washington County Water Conservancy District, 533 E. Waterworks Drive, St. George
Submitted by: Washington County Water Conservancy District