Water Rights and Water Quality Issues in Land Use Decisions: Example from Oregon
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Molalla River Reserve, Inc. v. Clackamas County,
Water use questions come up in a variety of contexts, including land use law. Oregon's Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) recently evaluated water use and water quality issues related to a proposed aggregate mine in Molalla River Reserve, Inc. v. Clackamas County. This case is an example of the intersection of land use,water appropriation and water quality laws.
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Molalla River Reserve, Inc. v. Clackamas County