CWSP Webinar, OCCT Stakeholder Notification, and more
Colorado Water Stewardship Project Webinar
The purpose of the Colorado Water Stewardship Project is to ensure that the Colorado Water Congress members and water stakeholders from around the state are prepared for any ballot initiatives that might be of interest to the Colorado water community. The Project guides CWC's ballot initiative work consisting of legal challenges, public polling, and messaging.
You can join the webinar from your PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/743573372
Or dial in: +1 669-900-6833 or +1 929-436-2866; meeting ID: 743-573-372
Understanding the Gallagher Amendment Webinar
WHEN: Tuesday, September 18, 12pm-1:30pm
WHAT: Learn more about the Gallagher Amendment to the Colorado Constitution and the impact it has on services such as fire protection and K-12 education. While the Gallagher Amendment was intended to address specific challenges at a specific time when it was proposed and passed in 1982, changes in real estate market conditions over time and the voters' adoption of subsequent constitutional amendments which retroactively affect the Gallagher Amendment have created unforeseen and unintended consequences that are causing significant challenges for Colorado today.
The Water Quality Control Division - Department of Public Health and Environment is hosting two stakeholder processes related to the optimal corrosion control drinking water treatment required for Denver Water: 1) the drinking water provider stakeholder process, and 2) the wastewater and watershed stakeholder process.
The drinking water provider stakeholder process will review work by the technical workgroup that is developing objectives and protocols, data, modeling and analysis pertaining to additional corrosion control studies underway by Denver Water. Denver Water may use the study data to support a request to the department to modify its optimum corrosion control treatment in accordance with the Colorado Primary Drinking Water Regulations.
The wastewater and watershed stakeholder process will focus on wastewater and watershed issues and most likely include several subgroups focusing on developing and implementing plans to identify, monitor, and/or mitigate potential impacts of orthophosphate.