State Water Commission-Hearings on Restoring Streams

October 3, 2009 at 11:21 pm Leave a comment

 The Na Wai `Eha Interim Instream Flow Standards Contested Case is nearing a final decision by the State Water Commission. Hearings Officer Lawrence Miike’s proposed decision, issued this April, recommends that the Commission restore about half the flows to Waihe`e River and Waiehu, `Iao, and Waikapu Streams. The entire Commission will hold a meeting on Maui to hear final arguments from the parties on October 15, 2009, at 9 a.m., at `Iao Congregational Church at 2371 W. Vineyard Street.

To carpool to the hearing, check rides@CarpoolMaui.com.

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