The proposed project involves a water right change petition to add an additional authorized upstream point of diversion and re-diversion to more effectively and efficiently manage water in the District’s system and help meet future water demands within El Dorado County. The additional point of diversion and re-diversion is located at the District’s existing El Dorado Diversion Dam near Kyburz. In addition, the proposed project would add Jenkinson Lake as an authorized place of storage and to add a point of re-diversion to storage at Sly Park Dam (which forms Jenkinson Lake) to allow for storage of Water Right Permit 21112 water in Jenkinson Lake.
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Other (Modification to Water Right Permit)
Water Right Permit
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