News: Public Comment Period Extended for Cadiz Valley Water Project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report
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News: Public Comment Period Extended for Cadiz Valley Water Project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report

News: Public Comment Period Extended for Cadiz Valley Water Project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report

February 10, 2012

Today Santa Margarita Water District (SMWD), the Lead Agency for the proposed Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project (“Project”), announced that it has extended the public comment period for the Project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR)  an additional 30 days. The comment period will now conclude on March 14, 2012.
Cadiz Inc. supports SMWD’s decision to extend the comment period and provide the public additional time to review the science and technical information that has been developed for the Project. The Company is committed to providing a safe and sustainable water supply solution for Southern California and will continue working with interested parties throughout the environmental review process.

SMWD’s press release and the Notice of Extension of the Comment Period are available at

http://www.smwd.com/operations/the-cadiz-valley-project.html

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