RD174 - Report of the State Water Commission – 2018

Executive Summary:

The State Water Commission (the Commission) is a 15-member legislative body established by statute that is charged with (i) studying all aspects of water supply and allocation problems in the Commonwealth, (ii) coordinating the legislative recommendations of all state entities that have responsibilities with respect to water supply and allocation issues, and (iii) annually reporting its findings and recommendations to the General Assembly and the Governor. In 2018, the Commission met once and heard testimony regarding the Cranston’s Mill Pond Project, an update on coal ash, and an update on uranium mining.