The North San Joaquin Water Conservation District wrestled with how to best present their plans to use more of their 20,000 acrefoot water right to the state water board in a board of director's meeting Monday night.
There are two North San Joaquin petitions currently filed with the state water resources control board. One is for an expansion of the place of use, which amounts to bringing the state board up to speed with the new boundaries of the district. The other is the addition of underground water storage.
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