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Small Business Economic Impact Statement for Chapter 173-525 WAC, Grays-Elochoman Basin and Chapter 173-526 WAC, Cowlitz Basin (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
10-11-006April 2010
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Author(s) Hoff, Tryg
Description The Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) is proposing Chapters 173-525 and 173-526 of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC), Water Resource Programs for the Grays/Elochoman and Cowlitz basins, Water Resources Inventory Areas (WRIA) 25 and 26.

Ecology is developing and issuing this SBEIS as part of its rule adoption process and to meet Chapter 19.85 RCW. Ecology intends to use the information in the SBEIS to ensure that the proposed rules are consistent with legislative policy.
NOTES Related publication is also historical.
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Keywords Water Management Program, economic analysis, rule, water resource
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 25,WRIA 26)

Preliminary Cost Benefit, Maximum Net Benefit, and Least Burdensome Analyses, Chapter 173-525 WAC: Water Resources Program for the Grays-Elochoman Basin (WRIA 25) and Chapter 173-526 WAC: Water Resources Program for the Cowlitz Basin (WRIA 26)