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Public Notice Of Settlement Agreement


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DOCKET NO. M11-01SA

PURPOSE OF PUBLIC NOTICE

 This notice is to declare that the State of Utah has reached a
settlement agreement with Castle Valley Special Service District-City
of Huntington Lagoons. This Public Notice is issued pursuant to Utah
Administrative Code R317-8-1.9, to provide opportunity for public
comment on the proposed settlement of an enforcement action.  The
proposed settlement agreement is for the purpose of resolving alleged
violations of Utah Code Annotated 19-5 (Water Quality Act), and is a
resolution of enforcement proceedings brought against Castle Valley
Special Service District-City of Huntington Lagoons. 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 Public comments are invited any time prior to close of business June
10, 2011.  Comments may be directed to the Department of Environmental
Quality, Division of Water Quality, 195 North 1950 West, P.O. Box
144870, Salt Lake City, Utah  84114-4870. 

FURTHER INFORMATION

 The settlement agreement is available for public review under "Public
Notices" at www.waterquality.utah.gov/.  If internet access is not
available, a copy may be obtained by calling  Mike Herkimer at
801-536-4386.  Written public comments can be submitted to: Mike
Herkimer, P.O. Box 144870, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4870 or by email
at: mherkimer@utah.gov.  The deadline to receive comments is close of
business June 10, 2011.  After considering public comment the Utah
Water Quality Board may execute the settlement agreement, revise it,
or abandon it.
Published in the Emery County Progress May 10, 2011.
    
    

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