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Water Digest – July 31

Water rights weekly report for July 24. For much more news, links and detail, see the National Water Rights Digest.

Following adjournment in mid-July of a third state legislative session, Washington legislators are being pressed to return for a fourth – to deal not only with a state capital spending budget (which was left undone) but also legislation to deal with the state Supreme Court water rights decision from last fall usually called the Hirst decision.

Two North Carolina cities – Wilkesboro and North Wilkesboro, located near each other in the western part of the state – approved an agreement on July 27 allowing the two to continue with plans for receiving water from the planned W. Kerr Scott Reservoir intake project.

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