Nevada State Engineer Initiates Domestic Well Credit Program in Dayton Valley Basin
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On November 4, 2005, the Nevada State Engineer issued Order 1179 to initiate a domestic well credit program within portions of the Dayton Valley Hydrographic Basin. The order establishes a program for the area’s public water system to receive credits for providing a water service connection to new customers who are currently served by domestic wells or who would be allowed to drill a domestic well.
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