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We will hold an online informational workshop on the draft Critical Aquifer Recharge Area guidance.
During the workshop, we will discuss the draft report and answer questions.
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The goal of establishing critical aquifer recharge areas (CARA) is to protect a community’s drinking water by preventing pollution and maintaining supply. We help cities and counties comply with CARA requirements that are required by the state Growth Management Act.
Draft Guidance — Critical Aquifer Recharge Area Guidance
Closes: May 7, 2021, 12 a.m.
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