NOTICE: State Water Board to consider CV-SALTS Amendment at October 16 public meeting

From the State Water Board:

The State Water Resources Control Board will hold a public meeting at which it will consider adopting a resolution approving the proposed Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board’s amendments to the Sacramento and San Joaquin Basin Plan and the Tulare Lake Basin Plan to incorporate a Central Valley-wide Salt and Nitrate Control Program.

The Basin Plan amendments were adopted by the Central Valley Water Board on May 31, 2018 (Resolution R5-2018-0034), and is available for review at the Central Valley Water Board’s Salt and Nitrate Control Program Basin Plan Amendment webpage.

The State Water Board will hold the public meeting on Wednesday, October 16, 2019, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at CalEPA Headquarters Building, Coastal Hearing Room, 1001 I Street, Second Floor Sacramento, CA 95814

At the public meeting at which the State Water Board will consider adopting a resolution approving the Proposed Final Basin Plan Amendments, interested persons will have an opportunity to comment orally on the proposed action. The written comment period has closed, so no written comments will be accepted. To ensure a productive and efficient meeting in which all interested persons have an opportunity to participate, oral comments at the hearing may be time-limited.

There will be no sworn testimony or cross-examination of interested persons, but the State Water Board and its staff may ask clarifying questions. The State Water Board may consider and adopt changes to the Proposed Final Basin Plan Amendments consistent with the general purpose of the amendments.

Learn more about the CV-SALTS program by clicking here.

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One Response

  1. Frances Griffin

    Want nitrates removed? Restore beavers to more of their historical range. The science is clear. Beaver dams remove nitrates.


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