Republican River Basin: Colorado will ask for vote on compliance pipeline at annual meeting of the Republican River Compact Administration August 11-12

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From The Yuma Pioneer (Tony Rayl):

RRCA’s annual meeting will be August 11-12 in Lincoln, Nebraska. If the pipeline is voted down, Colorado will begin the arbitration process. Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas have been holding closed door negotiations on the pipeline for months. Colorado called for a special meeting in late April, at which point Kansas and Nebraska each indicated there still were issues to resolve. That meeting was continued, and negotiations have done the same. [Peter Ampe with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office] told the RRWCD Board that Colorado has a revised proposal before the RRCA.

The RRWCD is not privy to the details due to confidentiality rules.

More Coyote Gulch coverage here and here.

2 thoughts on “Republican River Basin: Colorado will ask for vote on compliance pipeline at annual meeting of the Republican River Compact Administration August 11-12

  1. I hate to burst peoples bubbles but Harlan County Dam is a Federally run dam. It is run by the cor of engineers not the state so as far as I am concerned Kansas and Colorado can stop whining. This part of the country was in a drought for 8 years. You can’t release what you don’t have. Simple as that

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