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USDI: The Grand Valley Salinity Coordinating Committee, July 1, 1986
Contributor:Fite, Walt; Clay, Donald
“Walt Fite, new Projects Manager for the Grand Junction Projects Office, welcomed the group by saying that the committee brings to the salinity control program a wide look at the salinity problem. He stressed that the ...
Reclamation Prepares Draft Environmental Statement for Dirty Devil Salinity Unit, Feb. 7, 1984
“A draft environmental statement for the Dirty Devil Salinity Control Unit is being prepared by the Bureau of Reclamation, it was announced by Reclamation's Upper Colorado Regional Director Clifford Barrett. Approximately ...
Reclamation Contracts for Aggregate Production, Dolores Project, Sept. 21, 1984
“A $2 million contract for purchase of aggregate, a gravel and crushed rock compound used with cement to produce concrete, was awarded by the Bureau of Reclamation for construction of the Dolores Project in Colorado, Acting ...
Proposal for a Platform of a Colorado Water Congress
Phillips Memo to CWCB: Instream flow claims
Contributor:Phillips, Paula C.
Environmental Assessment Released on Salinity Unit, Nov. 12, 1985
“An environmental assessment on the Dirty Devil River Unit of the Colorado River Water Quality Improvement Program (CRWQIP) was released to the public on October 30. The announcement was made by Rick Gold, Projects Manager ...
EIS for Colorado Water Quality Improvement Program Filed, Feb. 23, 1984
“The final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the Lower Colorado River Water Quality Improvement Program in western Colorado has been filed by the Interior Department's Bureau of Reclamation, Acting Commissioner Robert ...
Proposal to Lease Upper Colorado River Basin Water to San Diego, Oct. 3, 1984
Contributor:Reynolds, S. E.
“The subject proposal is to lease from 300,000 to 500,000 acre-feet of the beneficial consumptive use of water apportioned to Utah, Colorado and Wyoming by the Colorado River Compact of 1922 and the Upper Colorado River ...
Letter from Underwood to Hallenbeck: Colorado River Floodway Protection, Oct. 8, 1986
Contributor:Underwood, Dennis B.
“With enactment of the Colorado River Floodway Protection Act, Public Law P.L. 99-450, on October 8, 1986, a major step has been taken to reduce the threat of loss of human life and to protect health and safety and minimize ...
REPORT OF BUREAU OF RECLAMATION TO THE COLORADO RIVER WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO APRIL 15, 1986
“The April through July 1986 inflow is estimated to be 10.8 million acre-feet (MAF) or 145 percent of normal. This compares to a projection of 10.3 MAF or 135 percent of normal on, April 1, 1985.”