Kan. Admin. Regs. § 5-19-4 - Due consideration for past voluntary water conservation

(a) Each past reduction in water use that has resulted in voluntary water conservation implemented during any period upon which a LEMA plan's corrective controls are based shall be given due consideration by the GMD's board of directors or staff in determining allocations or eligible acres under a LEMA plan if the allocations or eligible acres are based on past use.
(b) If the GMD's board of directors or staff determines that water use has already been voluntarily reduced through management or conservation practices, the allocation or eligible acres under the LEMA plan or the average used to determine individual allocations and eligible acres may be adjusted based on the amount of water conserved for each year that the conservation measure was in place.
(c) The GMD's board of directors or staff, in consultation with the chief engineer, may develop or apply any other criteria or methods to determine reductions in water use that resulted in voluntary conservation that are suitable to local conditions under the LEMA plan.


Kan. Admin. Regs. § 5-19-4
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 82a-1041; adopted by Kansas Register Volume 40, No. 49; effective 12/27/2021.

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