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Technical Advisory Committee Activities


JULY 29, 2016: SURVEY RESULTS FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT PROJECT SCOPE OF SERVICES
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APRIL 28, 2016: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION - THE DESERT FLOWS ASSESSMENT/ KELLY MOTT LACROIX
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OCTOBER 25, 2013: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION - GROUNDWATER MODELING FOR RED GAP RANCH WATER RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT/ SOUTHWEST GROUND-WATER CONSULTANTS, INC.
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OCTOBER 25, 2013: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION - CULTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS FOR RED GAP RANCH ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT/ WESTLAND RESOURCES, INC.
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JUNE 27, 2013: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION ON CITY OF FLAGSTAFF GROUNDWATER MODEL/ ERIN YOUNG
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JUNE 18, 2013: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION TO GRAND CANYON PARK ADMINISTRATION/ DEBORAH TOSLINE, TOM WHITMER, RON DOBA
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At the request of the Grand Canyon National Park, the TAC provided a presentation to the Park Superintendent and Park management staff on June 18, 2013. The presentation included a general overview of the Coconino Plateau Water Advisory Council and the North Central Arizona Water Supply Feasibility Study. Over the past years, staff changes had been made and it was necessary to bring all the Park decision makers up to speed on the project. The potential connection to Tusayan and the Grand Canyon were discussed. As a result of the presentation, Park administration decided to participate in the feasibility study.



APRIL 3, 2013: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION TO TUSAYAN TOWN COUNCIL/ DEBORAH TOSLINE, TOM WHITMER, RON DOBA
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At the request of the Town of Tusayan, the TAC provided a presentation to the Tusayan Town Council on April 3, 2013. The presentation included a general overview of the Coconino Plateau Water Advisory Council and the North Central Arizona Water Supply Feasibility Study. Several of the Councilmembers were not familiar with the appraisal level study or the feasibility study work. The potential connection to Tusayan and the Grand Canyon were discussed. Previous water use projections for Tusayan had not included the new proposed development for the appraisal level study and it was pointed out that if there is renewed interest, the numbers will need to be revised. The Town Council later confirmed their position as a participant in the study.



DECEMBER 14, 2012: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION TO WAC/ LESLIE MEYERS
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SEPTEMBER 27, 2012: NORTH CENTRAL ARIZONA WATER SUPPLY FEASIBILITY STUDY CONTINUES ON SCHEDULE
Leslie Meyers reported at this month's TAC meeting the pipeline alignment work is close to being completed with the exception of the two ends, Page and Flagstaff. The Highway 89 to Tuba City geological investigation is complete. The Gray Mountain to Flagstaff section is in progress and should be complete this fiscal year. The Denver Technical Service staff of Reclamation are beginning to work on the hydraulic calculations for the pipeline (sizing, etc.) The Environmental work will also begin this year. A $300,000 grant has been awarded to the City of Flagstaff to do additional refinement to the Red Gap Ranch groundwater model.






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