Dungeness water rule prompts queries for future meetings
SEQUIM –– Few answers were given to questions raised at the first in a series of meetings on the new Dungeness water rule last week, but several issues were tagged for greater exploration in subsequent meetings.
Various sectors affected by the state Department of Ecology’s Dungeness water rule, which regulates water use in the Dungeness River watershed, met Thursday at John Wayne Marina for the first meeting to gauge the impacts of the rule, which went into effect Jan. 2, on the area’s economy and ecology.
Thursday’s discussion, attended by about two dozen, centered on what might be discussed at future gatherings of the 17-member panel.
“This is just a way to have a structured session about the rule implementation,” said Clallam County Commissioner Jim McEntire, who chaired the panel with Sally Toteff of Ecology. READ MORE>>>
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