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North San Joaquin Water Conservation District’s future is topic at meeting

Board hopes to come up with plan to retain area’s water rights

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Posted: Wednesday, July 7, 2010 12:00 am

In the wake of Measure C’s defeat, the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District discussed ideas to retain the district’s water rights and possible collaborations with other agencies at a public meeting Tuesday morning.

Board president Tom Hoffman recommended the district host a town hall meeting before the end of the month for members of the community to come together and offer solutions to the area’s groundwater problems. The town hall would be the first in a series of meetings intended to bring stakeholders to the table and exchange ideas, he said.

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