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RULE §357.30 Description of the Regional Water Planning Area

Published: 2015

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RWPGs shall describe their regional water planning area including
the following:
  (1) social and economic aspects of a region such as
information on current population, economic activity and economic
sectors heavily dependent on water resources;
  (2) current water use and major water demand centers;
  (3) current groundwater, surface water, and reuse supplies
including major springs that are important for water supply or protection
of natural resources;
  (4) wholesale water providers;
  (5) agricultural and natural resources;
  (6) identified water quality problems;
  (7) identified threats to agricultural and natural
resources due to water quantity problems or water quality problems
related to water supply;
  (8) summary of existing local and regional water plans;
  (9) the identified historic drought(s) of record within
the planning area;
  (10) current preparations for drought within the RWPA;
  (11) information compiled by the Board from water loss
audits performed by retail public utilities pursuant to §358.6
of this title (relating to Water Loss Audits); and
  (12) an identification of each threat to agricultural
and natural resources and a discussion of how that threat will be
addressed or affected by the water management strategies evaluated
in the plan.

Source Note: The provisions of this §357.30 adopted to be effective August 12, 2012, 37 TexReg 5797