Public Comment Form

Draft New Mexico State Water Plan 2018

Your participation matters. Please review and provide comments to the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission on the Draft New Mexico State Water Plan. The comment period for the Draft State Water Plan will be 30 days. Please note that contact information is necessary if you would like to receive future notices or communication from the agency. Thank you for your participation and comments. 

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The Draft New Mexico State Water Plan has three parts. Please include the following information for each comment:
1) plan part number (e.g., part I,II, or III)
2) section number (e.g., section 1.2)
3) page (e.g., page 10)

Please enter comment(s) in the text area. To submit attachments use the "upload a file button" below. Then hit continue to view your comment(s). 

Comments are due by August 10, 2018 5:00 PM, Mountain Standard Time. 

After the close of the comment period, the Interstate Stream Commission will consider all comments received during the comment period. 

A set of comments will be included in the appendix of the State Water Plan. Any information (e.g., personal or contact) you provide on this comment form or in an attachment may be publicly disclosed and posted on the internet.


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1) Please insert comments on the Draft New Mexico State Water Plan.
 

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2) As we work to advance the state toward achieving policy goals identified in the State Water Plan, the ISC is considering organizing and hosting some public events. Which of the following policy topics would you be interested in participating in a related event?
Infrastructure
What issues related to infrastructure would be most interesting to you?
Data Collection
What issues related to data collection would be most interesting to you?
Drought
What issues related to drought would be most interesting to you?
Watershed Management
What issues related to watershed management would be most interesting to you?
Water Supply and Demand
What issues related to water supply and demand would be most interesting to you?
Water Conservation
What issues related to water conservation would be most interesting to you?
Water Quality
What issues related to water quality would be most interesting to you?
Water Planning
What issues related to water planning would be most interesting to you?
Other
Are ther any other policy or issues that interest you?

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3) What type of event would be most useful?
a) Collaborative Workshop (meeting to generate solutions)
b) Presentations / Panel Discussions (event similar to a conference)
c) Open House (the public is invited to walk through an exhibit and learn about topics)
d) Combination of Options Above (Please Describe)
e) Other Type of Meeting (Please Describe)

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4) An important benefit of attending an event is to increase knowledge and understanding of scientific research.

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5) An important benefit of attending an even is collaborative problem solving.

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6) An important benefit of attending an even is the opportunity to speak with and listen to practitioners or professional counterparts.

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7) An important benefit of attending an even is to gain practical information related to daily operations.

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8) What other benefits of attending an even would be important to you?

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9) Which organizations or individuals, if any, would you recommend to contribute their knowledge or experience related to one or more of these policies to participate as a leader in one of these events?




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