Monday, August 17, 2015

Public Meeting Concerning the Proposed Determination in the Harmony Park East Area

The Utah Division of Water Rights has set a public meeting to discuss the proposed determination of water rights within the Harmony Park East Subdivision, Salt Lake County East Division of Utah Lake/Jordan River Drainage Area (Area No. 57, Book 4).  The Harmony Park East Subdivision is the area between 3300 South and 3900 South, and between Main Street and 700 East, in Salt Lake County. The following information is from the public meeting notice:

What: Public Meeting
Who: Water Users within the Harmony Park East Area
When: September 16, 2015, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Where: Granite Connection High School Auditorium, 501 East 3900 South, Salt Lake City
Purpose: In accordance with Chapter 73-4, Utah Code Annotated, and the Third Judicial District Court (Civil No. 360057298), the State Engineer is authorized and ordered to conduct a general determination of the rights to the use of all water, both surface and underground, within the drainage area of the Harmony Park East Subdivision, Salt Lake County East Division, of the Utah Lake and Jordan River Drainage Area in Salt Lake County. Efforts are currently underway and over the next few months, representatives of the Division of Water Rights will be working in the Harmony Park East area to survey existing water use, contact water users, and review the water rights of record.  In light of this work, the public is invited to a Public Meeting.  Representatives from the Division of Water Rights will be available during this time to discuss the adjudication process, review water rights within the area, and answer questions. If individuals cannot attend, but have questions regarding the adjudication process or water rights within the Harmony Park East Area; please contact Blake Bingham at (801) 538-7345.
1. Introduction - Blake Bingham, P.E., Adjudication Program Manager
2. Adjudication process presentation
3. Public comments and questions
For more information on the meeting, click here.

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