Water task force given 60 days to come up with recommendations
LAKEWOOD – A water projects task force set up by former Gov. Bill Owens has 60 days to come up with recommendations to resolve conflicts before Gov. Bill Ritter makes his own recommendation about its future, Natural Resource Director Harris Sherman told members Friday.Ritter has raised doubts about the effectiveness of the Interbasin Compact Committee set up in 2005 to review and recommend major water projects in Colorado. Sherman said Ritter is reviewing all major programs in every department since he took office in January.”It is absolutely our goal to make the IBCC process a very successful process,” he told the 27-member committee.
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