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2013 San Diego Integrated Regional Water Management Plan draft now available

Posted by George J Janczyn on June 24, 2013

A public draft of the 2013 Integrated Regional Water Management Plan is now available for public comment. The San Diego IRWM Program is an interdisciplinary effort by water retailers, wastewater agencies, stormwater and flood managers, watershed groups, the business community, tribes, agriculture, and non-profit stakeholders to improve water resources planning in the San Diego IRWM Region. The Highlights document is shown below, reprinted with permission (this post might not display properly for email subscribers, so it may be necessary to view this page in a web browser). For the entire public draft please click here.

 

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