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Southeastern water district approves $30 million budget -- @ChieftainNews

From Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District via The Pueblo Chieftain:

A $30 million budget was approved Thursday by the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District board of directors.

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Colorado Water

Audit of Cooperative Agreement Between the Bureau of Reclamation and the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe

Link: Memorandum

The audit identified a total of $1,440,748 in questioned costs, as well as the need for increased oversight by USBR. OIG offers six recommendations to help USBR resolve the questioned costs and improve its operations with LBST. 17 more words

Author: Sarah Donnelly

OIG Audit Questions More than $1.4M in Expenditures by Lower Brule Sioux Tribe under Bureau of Reclamation Contract

Here is the audit page, and the audit itself.

From the description:

We audited the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe’s (LBST) interim incurred costs on Cooperative Agreement No.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

@USBR Releases Water Markets Report

Here’s the release from the US Bureau of Reclamation (Peter Soeth/Martin Doyle):

The Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Reclamation released a report this week reviewing the role of Reclamation in water markets.

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Colorado Water

#ColoradoRiver: Inside the Glen Canyon Dam during a high-flow experiment #COriver -- #Arizona Daily Sun

From The Arizona Daily Sun (Taylor Hartman):

In an attempt to restore some natural flow to the Colorado River, high flow experiments are conducted from Glen Canyon Dam.

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Colorado Water

High Flow Experiment / Glen Canyon Dam

Very grateful to have been invited to the recent High Flow Experiment at Glen Canyon Dam in Page AZ.  Our project there to capture, model and virtualize the facility continues . 25 more words

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#ColoradoRiver Compact Commission in Santa Fe, November 24, 1922 -- @USBR #COriver

From Wikipedia:

History

The compact was the fruit of several years of negotiations among the states. The seven states had previously formed the League of the Southwest in 1917 to promote development along the river.

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Colorado Water