Yuma and Yuma County adopt resolutions against water transfer

By Mara Knaub | Yuma Sun

Yuma and Yuma County are on the same page when it comes to the proposed transfer of Colorado River water out of rural Arizona to urban Arizona.

Both governments adopted resolutions opposing the proposed move of 2,083.1 acre-feet of water from the GSC Farms LLC site in La Paz County to Queen Creek, as recommended by the Arizona Department of Water Resources.

The resolutions are intended to signal the city and county’s continued opposition to the proposed transfer and urge U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which has the final say, to deny the transfer request.

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