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Susquehanna River Basin Commission Hearing Now On Proposed Fee Increases, Water Use Project Requests & Changes To Consumptive Use Regulations… Oct. 31 In Harrisburg

Susquehanna River Basin Commission Hearing Now On Proposed Fee Increases, Water Use Project Requests & Changes To Consumptive Use Regulations… Oct. 31 In Harrisburg

The Susquehanna River Basin Commission is scheduled to hold a hearing on October 31 to take comments on proposed changes to its consumptive use mitigation regulations, but it will now also take comments on proposed changes to FY 2020 program fees and water use project requests.  (formal notice)

Previously, only the hearing on the consumptive use mitigation regulation changes was advertised.

Program Fee Changes

SRBC will be accepting comments at the hearing on its proposed changes to its FY 2020 consumptive use program fees(formal notice)

Changes are proposed to the standard and municipal fee for consumptive use from a flat fee to a per million gallon fee for quantities over 1 million gallons a day.

Changes are also proposed to the unconventional gas development fees to add a new fee for modification of a previous approval and to eliminate fees for water source registration, source approval and hydrocarbon water storage facilities.

Comments can be submitted through November 12.

Proposed Water Projects

Click Here for a list of projects the Commission will be taking comments on.

The hearing will be held at the Commission’s Headquarters Building, 4423 N Front Street in Harrisburg starting at 2:30.

For more information, visit the SRBC’s October 31 Public Hearing webpage.  Questions should be directed to  Jason Oyler, General Counsel and Secretary, by calling 717-238-0423.

 

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