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<br />Agenda2011February.doc <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Determine quorum <br /> <br />Review and approval of agenda items <br /> <br />Approval of Minutes for Meeting of November 19, 2010 <br /> <br />Report of the Executive Director by State Engineer Dick Wolfe <br /> <br />Staff Report by Keith Vander Horst. <br /> <br />Report of the Attorney General by Jen Mele. This is a background briefing on legal issues in the written report.  The Board may refer any item contained or discussed under this topic <br /> to Agenda Item No. 12 for discussion in Executive Session if the Board has questions about the litigation. <br /> <br />Presentation on the water level measurement program in Designated Basins by Michael Schaubs <br /> <br />District Reports: <br /> Marks Butte, Frenchman, Sand Hills and Central Yuma GWMDs by Nate Midcap <br /> W-Y GWMD by Jack Dowell <br /> Arikaree GWMD by Rod Mason <br /> Plains and East Cheyenne GWMDs by Deb Daniel <br /> Southern High Plains GWMD by Max Smith <br /> North KiowaBijou GWMD by Robert Loose <br /> Upper Black Squirrel GWMD by Dave Doran <br /> Upper Big Sandy GWMD by Dave Taussig <br /> Lost Creek by GWMD by Thomas Sauter <br /> Republican River Water Conservation District by Stan Murphy <br /> <br />Old Business <br /> <br />New Business <br /> <br />Public Comments <br /> <br />Executive Session (if needed) <br /> <br /> Adjournment <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING OF THE <br />COLORADO GROUND WATER COMMISSION <br />May 19, 2006 <br /> <br />A G E N D A (cont.) <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING OF THE <br />COLORADO GROUND WATER COMMISSION <br /> <br />10:00 a.m., Friday, February 18, 2011 <br /> <br />1313 Sherman St., Room 318 <br />Denver, CO 80203 <br /> <br />A G E N D A <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Agenda2011February.pdfMicrosoft Word - Agenda2011February.doc <br /> 1. Determine quorum 2. Review and approval of agenda items 3. Approval of Minutes for Meeting of November 19, 2010 4. Report of the Executive Director by State Engineer <br /> Dick Wolfe 5. Staff Report by Keith Vander Horst. 6. Report of the Attorney General by Jen Mele. This is a background briefing on legal issues in the written report. The Board may <br /> refer any item contained or discussed under this topic to Agenda Item No. 12 for discussion in Executive Session if the Board has questions about the litigation. 7. Presentation on <br /> the water level measurement program in Designated Basins by Michael Schaubs 8. District Reports: a. Marks Butte, Frenchman, Sand Hills and Central Yuma GWMDs by Nate Midcap b. W-Y <br /> GWMD by Jack Dowell c. Arikaree GWMD by Rod Mason d. Plains and East Cheyenne GWMDs by Deb Daniel e. Southern High Plains GWMD by Max Smith f. North Kiowa-Bijou GWMD by Robert Loose <br /> g. Upper Black Squirrel GWMD by Dave Doran h. Upper Big Sandy GWMD by Dave Taussig i. Lost Creek by GWMD by Thomas Sauter j. Republican River Water Conservation District by Stan <br /> Murphy 9. Old Business 10. New Business 11. Public Comments 12. Executive Session (if needed) 13. Adjournment NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING OF THE COLORADO GROUND WATER COMMISSION <br /> 10:00 a.m., Friday, February 18, 2011 1313 Sherman St., Room 318 Denver, CO 80203 A G E N D A <br />AGReport2011-2-18.DOCXATTORNEY GENERAL’S REPORT <br /> <br />ATTORNEY GENERAL’S REPORT <br />Cases involving the Colorado Ground Water Commission <br />February 18, 2011 <br />The listing below summarizes matters in which the Office of the Attorney General represents the Colorado Ground Water Commission as of February 4, 2011. <br />cherokee Metropolitan district v. Ground Water commission and Colorado springs east airport <br />Case No. 09CV4325 <br />Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel <br />Management District: Upper Black Squirrel <br />Before: El Paso County District Court, Judge Larry E. Schwartz <br />Attorney: Pat Kowaleski <br />Subject: In 2007 the Airport published an application seeking to change Well Permit 6055-FP (the Williams Well No. 2), and Cherokee filed a statement of opposition. After a one day <br /> hearing, the Commission’s Hearing Officer granted a change, and assigned 65.9 a.f. of historic consumptive use to the well. Cherokee appealed the decision to the Commission, which affirmed <br /> the findings by Order of June 1, 2009. Cherokee subsequently appealed the Commission’s decision to the District Court on June 30, 2009, claiming that the findings with regard to historical <br /> consumptive use were not arrived at properly. A two and a half day trial was set to commence on February 1, 2011. Cherokee has subsequently obtained new counsel, and attempts have been <br /> made to settle the case. <br />Status: The trial date has been vacated, and there are no proceedings currently pending before the Court. <br />cherokee metropolitan district <br />Case No. 08-GW-71 <br />Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Jen Mele <br />Subject: An application for approval of a replacement plan to make new appropriations from the alluvial aquifer within the basin. Objections were submitted by the District, along with <br /> four other water users in the basin. A hearing was held for two weeks in Denver beginning on June 8, 2009 during which the applicants completed their initial presentation and the objectors <br /> began their presentations. An additional week of hearing scheduled for August 3 through 7, 2009 was vacated following a ruling from the Division 2 Water Court regarding Cherokee’s <br /> use of some of its wells, subject to further negotiations and amendment of the proposed replacement plan. <br />Status: This case was consolidated with change cases 08GW78 and 09GW15, and the trial was set to continue in January 2010. In November of 2009, the Upper Black Squirrel Creek Ground <br /> Water Management District filed in District Court, in Case No. 98CW80 for a declaratory judgment asking the court to determine whether Cherokee is required to use its waste water as <br /> recharge for the basin or if that waste water can be claimed as replacement credit under a replacement plan. The District also filed for a preliminary injunction to prevent Cherokee <br /> from claiming waste water returns in the Basin as augmentation credit in the replacement plan in 08GW71 until the motion for declaratory judgment is resolved. The preliminary injunction <br /> was granted, and Cherokee filed a motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction which was denied. The District Court has not yet ruled on whether Cherokee may use the waste water as a <br /> replacement supply. Meridian moved to intervene but that motion was denied.</ <br />cherokee metropolitan district <br />Case No. 08-GW-78 09-GW-15</w:t></w:r></w <br />Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Jen Mele <br />Subject: Applications to change the type and place of use of wells. Objections were submitted by the District and other water users in the basin. Both cases were consolidated with <br /> 08GW71. <br />Status: See above. <br />edna farmer et al. <br />Case No. 09-GW-02 <br />Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: <br />Subject: This case involves the determination of water right in the Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer. An objection was filed by Cherokee Metropolitan District. The applicant moved to consolidate <br /> this case with 08GW71, the replacement plan application by Cherokee and Meridian Service Metropolitan District, and09GW03, another application for determination of water right (discussed <br /> below). This motion was denied by the hearing officer. <br />Status: The hearing officer will set the matter for a hearing. <br />daniel and theresa farmer et al. <br />Case No. 09-GW-03 <br />Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: <br />Subject: This case involves the determination of water right in the Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer. An objection was filed by Cherokee Metropolitan District. The applicant moved to consolidate <br /> this case with 08GW71, the replacement plan application by Cherokee and Meridian Service Metropolitan District, and 09GW02, another application for determination of water right (discussed <br /> above). This motion was denied by the hearing officer. <br />Status: The hearing officer will set the matter for a hearing. <br />meridian service metro district <br />Case No. 09-GW-11 <br />Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel <br />Management District: Upper Black Squirrel <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Jen Mele <br />Subject: Application for a change of water right. Two parties filed objections. <br />Status: The hearing set for February 25 and 26, 2010 has been stayed because the water rights to be changed were for use in the replacement plan in 08GW71. The matter is stayed pending</ <br /> resolution of the motion for declaratory judgment in 98CW80. <br />Northern colorado water association <br />Case No. 09-GW-14 <br />Proposed Designated Basin: Upper Spring Creek <br />Management District: <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Scott Steinbrecher <br />Subject: Petition to form new designated basin filed by the owners of several wells located just west of I-25 and south of the Colorado-Wyoming border. Fort Collins has objected to <br /> the petition largely due to the fact that they own the majority of the land within the proposed designated basin. <br />  <br />Status: Due to a joint motion by the petitioner and objector Fort Collins the hearing in front of the Hearing Officer in this matter that had been scheduled for January 4-11, 2011 <br /> has been vacated. Parties will convene in March 2011 to re-schedule for hearing. <br />DEAN GOSS <br />Case No. 10-GW-04 <br />Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel <br />Management District: Upper Black Squirrel <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Jen Mele <br />Subject: Application to change the type and place of use of four wells. Objections have been filed by the Upper Black Squirrel Creek Ground Water Management District and Wayne and <br /> Francis Booker. <br />Status: A hearing has been scheduled for October 5, 2011 in front of the Hearing Officer. <br />Town of akron <br />Case No. 10-GW-05 <br />Designated Basin: Camp Creek <br />Management District: <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Jen Mele <br />Subject: An application for a new appropriation has been filed by the Town of Akron. Kenneth Wahl and Steven Diamond have filed a protest to the issuance of the conditional permit. <br />Status: A prehearing conference has been set for March 2, 2011 and prehearing statements are due February 18, 2011. Parties should be able to determine by the March 2, 2011 prehearing <br /> conference if a hearing is necessary. <br />Town of akron <br />Case No. 11-GW-01 <br />Designated Basin: Camp Creek <br />Management District: <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Jen Mele <br />Subject: A final permit was published for issuance to the Town of Akron. Kenneth Wahl has filed a protest to the issuance of the final permit. <br />Status: A prehearing setting conference has been scheduled for February 9, 2011 <br />Gallegos, Reinaldo, et al <br />Case No. 03-GW-06 <br />Designated Basin: Upper Crow Creek <br />Management District: <br />Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br />Attorney: Jen Mele <br />Subject: Petition to dedesignate portions of the Upper Crow Creek Designated Ground Water Basin. <br />Background: The petitioners originally sent letters to the State Engineer in 2002 and 2003 seeking curtailment of wells within the Basin. The State Engineer declined to curtail wells <br /> and the petitioners appealed the issue of the Commission’s jurisdiction over surface water rights first to District Court and eventually to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court held <br /> that the Commission has jurisdiction over surface water rights only to the extent the holder of surface rights seeks to change a boundary of a designated basin, in which case the surface <br /> rights owner must show that pumping of the designated ground water has more than a de minimis effect on the surface rights and is causing injury to those rights. The matter was remanded <br /> to the Commission. This application was filed with the Commission on August 11, 2010. <br />Status: A hearing has been set for November 28 – December 9, 2011. </ <br />6 <br />4 <br />AGReport2011218.pdfMicrosoft Word - AGReport2011-2-18.DOCX <br /> ATTORNEY GENERAL’S REPORT Cases involving the Colorado Ground Water Commission February 18, 2011 The listing below summarizes matters in which the Office of the Attorney General represents <br /> the Colorado Ground Water Commission as of February 4, 2011. CHEROKEE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT V. GROUND WATER COMMISSION AND COLORADO SPRINGS EAST AIRPORT Case No. 09CV4325 Designated <br /> Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Before: El Paso County District Court, Judge Larry E. Schwartz Attorney: Pat Kowaleski Subject: In 2007 the <br /> Airport published an application seeking to change Well Permit 6055-FP (the Williams Well No. 2), and Cherokee filed a statement of opposition. After a one day hearing, the Commission’s <br /> Hearing Officer granted a change, and assigned 65.9 a.f. of historic consumptive use to the well. Cherokee appealed the decision to the Commission, which affirmed the findings by Order <br /> of June 1, 2009. Cherokee subsequently appealed the Commission’s decision to the District Court on June 30, 2009, claiming that the findings with regard to historical consumptive use <br /> were not arrived at properly. A two and a half day trial was set to commence on February 1, 2011. Cherokee has subsequently obtained new counsel, and attempts have been made to settle <br /> the case. Status: The trial date has been vacated, and there are no proceedings currently pending before the Court. CHEROKEE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Case No. 08-GW-71 Designated <br /> Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Jen Mele Subject: An application for approval <br /> of a replacement plan to make new appropriations from the alluvial aquifer within the basin. Objections were submitted by the District, along with four other water users in the basin. <br /> A hearing was held for two weeks in Denver beginning on June 8, 2009 during which the applicants completed their initial presentation and the objectors began 2 their presentations. <br /> An additional week of hearing scheduled for August 3 through 7, 2009 was vacated following a ruling from the Division 2 Water Court regarding Cherokee’s use of some of its wells, <br /> subject to further negotiations and amendment of the proposed replacement plan. Status: This case was consolidated with change cases 08GW78 and 09GW15, and the trial was set to <br /> continue in January 2010. In November of 2009, the Upper Black Squirrel Creek Ground Water Management District filed in District Court, in Case No. 98CW80 for a declaratory judgment <br /> asking the court to determine whether Cherokee is required to use its waste water as recharge for the basin or if that waste water can be claimed as replacement credit under a replacement <br /> plan. The District also filed for a preliminary injunction to prevent Cherokee from claiming waste water returns in the Basin as augmentation credit in the replacement plan in 08GW71 <br /> until the motion for declaratory judgment is resolved. The preliminary injunction was granted, and Cherokee filed a motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction which was denied. The <br /> District Court has not yet ruled on whether Cherokee may use the waste water as a replacement supply. Meridian moved to intervene but that motion was denied. CHEROKEE METROPOLITAN <br /> DISTRICT Case No. 08-GW-78 09-GW-15 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer <br /> Attorney: Jen Mele Subject: Applications to change the type and place of use of wells. Objections were submitted by the District and other water users in the basin. Both cases <br /> were consolidated with 08GW71. Status: See above. EDNA FARMER ET AL. Case No. 09-GW-02 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek <br /> Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Subject: This case involves the determination of water right in the Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer. An objection was filed by Cherokee <br /> Metropolitan District. The applicant moved to consolidate this case with 08GW71, the replacement plan application by Cherokee and Meridian Service Metropolitan District, and09GW03, <br /> another application for determination of water right (discussed below). This motion was denied by the hearing officer. Status: The hearing officer will set the matter for a hearing. <br /> 3 DANIEL AND THERESA FARMER ET AL. Case No. 09-GW-03 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Creek Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Creek Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing <br /> Officer Attorney: Subject: This case involves the determination of water right in the Laramie-Fox Hills aquifer. An objection was filed by Cherokee Metropolitan District. The <br /> applicant moved to consolidate this case with 08GW71, the replacement plan application by Cherokee and Meridian Service Metropolitan District, and 09GW02, another application for determination <br /> of water right (discussed above). This motion was denied by the hearing officer. Status: The hearing officer will set the matter for a hearing. MERIDIAN SERVICE METRO DISTRICT <br /> Case No. 09-GW-11 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Jen Mele Subject: Application <br /> for a change of water right. Two parties filed objections. Status: The hearing set for February 25 and 26, 2010 has been stayed because the water rights to be changed were for use <br /> in the replacement plan in 08GW71. The matter is stayed pending resolution of the motion for declaratory judgment in 98CW80. NORTHERN COLORADO WATER ASSOCIATION Case No. 09-GW-14 <br /> Proposed Designated Basin: Upper Spring Creek Management District: Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Scott Steinbrecher Subject: Petition to form new designated <br /> basin filed by the owners of several wells located just west of I-25 and south of the Colorado-Wyoming border. Fort Collins has objected to the petition largely due to the fact that <br /> they own the majority of the land within the proposed designated basin. Status: Due to a joint motion by the petitioner and objector Fort Collins the hearing in front of the <br /> Hearing Officer in this matter that had been scheduled for January 4-11, 2011 has been vacated. Parties will convene in March 2011 to re-schedule for hearing. 4 DEAN GOSS Case <br /> No. 10-GW-04 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Management District: Upper Black Squirrel Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Jen Mele Subject: Application <br /> to change the type and place of use of four wells. Objections have been filed by the Upper Black Squirrel Creek Ground Water Management District and Wayne and Francis Booker. Status: <br /> A hearing has been scheduled for October 5, 2011 in front of the Hearing Officer. TOWN OF AKRON Case No. 10-GW-05 Designated Basin: Camp Creek Management District: Before: <br /> Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Jen Mele Subject: An application for a new appropriation has been filed by the Town of Akron. Kenneth Wahl and Steven Diamond have filed <br /> a protest to the issuance of the conditional permit. Status: A prehearing conference has been set for March 2, 2011 and prehearing statements are due February 18, 2011. Parties should <br /> be able to determine by the March 2, 2011 prehearing conference if a hearing is necessary. TOWN OF AKRON Case No. 11-GW-01 Designated Basin: Camp Creek Management District: Before: <br /> Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Jen Mele Subject: A final permit was published for issuance to the Town of Akron. Kenneth Wahl has filed a protest to the issuance of <br /> the final permit. Status: A prehearing setting conference has been scheduled for February 9, 2011 GALLEGOS, REINALDO, ET AL Case No. 03-GW-06 Designated Basin: Upper Crow Creek <br /> Management District: Before: Jody Grantham, Hearing Officer Attorney: Jen Mele Subject: Petition to dedesignate portions of the Upper Crow Creek Designated Ground Water Basin. <br /> 5 Background: The petitioners originally sent letters to the State Engineer in 2002 and 2003 seeking curtailment of wells within the Basin. The State Engineer declined to curtail <br /> wells and the petitioners appealed the issue of the Commission’s jurisdiction over surface water rights first to District Court and eventually to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court <br /> held that the Commission has jurisdiction over surface water rights only to the extent the holder of surface rights seeks to change a boundary of a designated basin, in which case the <br /> surface rights owner must show that pumping of the designated ground water has more than a de minimis effect on the surface rights and is causing injury to those rights. The matter <br /> was remanded to the Commission. This application was filed with the Commission on August 11, 2010. Status: A hearing has been set for November 28 – December 9, 2011. <br />Enforcement Items and Actions Feb Meeting.docx <br />Enforcement Items and Actions <br />NORTHERN HIGH PLAINS <br />Arikaree GWMD <br />Staff investigated a complaint alleging that two irrigation wells, owned by Terry Crites, were being used to irrigate illegally expanded acres. A show cause letter was sent to Mr. Crites <br /> and he has since applied to expand the irrigated acres allowed under the well permits. <br />Dean Wieser was identified as using an irrigation well to irrigate illegally expanded acres. A show cause letter was sent to Mr. Wieser and he has since applied to expand the irrigated <br /> acres allowed under his well permit. <br />Grant Wieser was identified as using an irrigation well to irrigate illegally expanded acres. A show cause letter was sent to Mr. Wieser and he has since applied to expand the irrigated <br /> acres allowed under his well permit. <br />Staff continues to work with Mr. Robert Boyd to address a violation involving rotation of acres. <br />UPPER BLACK SQUIRREL CREEK <br />Upper Black Squirrel Creek GWMD <br />It was reported that Jeffery Brachfield had been using his small capacity commercial well for unpermitted purposes, specifically use in eight single family dwellings. A field inspection <br /> was performed to determine the accuracy of this claim, at which time the violation was verified. Mr. Brachfield has since been contacted by our office, and we are working with him <br /> to ensure well permit compliance. <br />At the request of the District, staff sent a letter to Color Star Growers requesting that they submit totalizing flow meter records for seven wells used in their operation. Because <br /> of numerous complaints from the public, Staff is also attempting to arrange a field inspection of their operation to ensure that the wells are being used in compliance with their well <br /> permits. We are awaiting their response. <br />KIOWA BIJOU <br />It was reported that William Thomas was using an irrigation well with a cancelled well permit. A field inspection was performed, and it was determined that well has been abandoned and <br /> it is not in use. The enforcement action has been closed. <br />It was reported that Nancy Herter and Richard Huffsmith have been using a commercial well for irrigation purposes without a permit. A show cause letter was sent to the Huffsmith’s to <br /> which they promptly replied, and we are now working with them to correct the violation. </w < <br />HOReport2011-2-18..pdfMicrosoft Word - HOReport2011-2-18.docx <br />1 HEARING OFFICER'S REPORT Colorado Ground Water Commission February 18, 2011 Meeting The listing below summarizes all adjudicatory matters pending before the Colorado Ground Water <br /> Commission as February 18, 2011. Box Elder Creek Designated GW Basin Case number: 06-GW-23 Designated Basin: Box Elder Creek Date of request: 03-Mar-06 Subject: Petition to <br /> Creation of the Box Elder Creek Designated Ground Water Basin. Status: Hearing held for nine days held in January 2007. Commission upheld decision of Hearing Officer. Decision <br /> appealed to the District Court. Case pending before District Court Cherokee Metro & Meridian Svc Dist. Case number: 08-GW-71 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Date of <br /> request: 15-Oct-08 Subject: Objection to an application for approval of a replacement plan to make new appropriations from the alluvial aquifer within the Upper Black Squirrel <br /> Creek Designated Basin. Status: Two weeks of hearing held June 8th thru June 19, 2009. Case consolidated with Case Nos. 08GW78 as well as the change case filings for well nos. <br /> 9 through 12 (09GW15). Case is presently stayed pending outcome of district court declaratory judgment proceedings on stipulation interpretation. Cherokee Metro & Meridian Svc Dist. <br /> Case number: 09-GW-15 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Date of request: Subject: Objection to an application to change the type and place of use Status: See 08GW71 <br /> above. Case is presently stayed pending outcome of district court declaratory judgment proceedings 2 Cherokee Metropolitan District Case number: 08-GW-78 Designated Basin: <br /> Upper Black Squirrel Date of request: 29-Dec-08 Subject: Objection to an application to change the type and place of use of Well Permit No. 49988-F. Status: See Case No. 08GW71 <br /> above. Case stayed pending resolution of declaratory judgment action in water court. Farmer, Edna I Case number: 09-GW-02 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Date of request: <br /> 12-Mar-09 Subject: Objection to an application for Determination of Water Right Status: Stayed pending outcome of Cherokee replacement plan case, Case No. 08GW71. Farmer, Daniel <br /> & Teresa Case number: 09-GW-03 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Date of request: 12-Mar-09 Subject: Objection to an application for Determination for Water Right Status: <br /> Stayed pending outcome of Cherokee replacement plan case, Case No. 08GW71. Gallegos, Reinaldo etc Case number: 03-GW-06 Designated Basin: Upper Crow Creek Date of request: 30-Apr-03 <br /> Subject: Petition to de-designate portions of the Upper Crow Ck Designated Basin Status: Hearing set November 28 thru December 9, 2011. Hearing will be held in Grover, Colorado <br /> at the Pawnee School. Pretrial schedule for disclosure and various other matters also included in setting. 3 Goss, Dean Case number: 10-GW-04 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel <br /> Date of request: 17-Dec-10 Subject: Objection to application to change the type and place of use Status: Hearing scheduled for October 5 through 7, 2011. Kroskob & Urich, <br /> Case number: 07-GW-19 Designated Basin: Kiowa-Bijou Date of request: 03-Aug-07 Subject: Two Petitions to amend the boundaries of the Kiowa-Bijou Designated Ground Water Basin. <br /> Status: Commission upheld Hearing Officer’s decision and it is presently on appeal to the District Court. Meridian Service Metropolitan Dist., Case number: 09-GW-11 Designated <br /> Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Date of request: 15-Jun-09 Subject: Objection concerning an application to change a determination of water right Status: Stayed pending outcome of <br /> Case No. 08GW71 (Cherokee replacement case). Morley Howard Investments LLC, Case number: 07-GW-02 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Date of request: 01-Mar-07 Subject: <br /> Objection to three change of Determination of Water Right Applications (Receipt Nos. 3610361 A - C). Status: Pending Management District’s export hearing. Springs East Airport, <br /> Inc., Case number: 07-GW-69 Designated Basin: Upper Black Squirrel Date of request: 10-Dec-07 Subject: Objection to application for a change of water rights for well with Permit <br /> No. 6055-FP. Status: Hearing Officer’s decision appealed to Commission and the Commission upheld the 4 Hearing Officer’s decision. On appeal to District Court. Town of Akron, <br /> Case number: 10-GW-05 Designated Basin: Camp Creek Date of request: 20-Dec-10 Subject: Objection to an application for new appropriation through an existing well for municipal <br /> use in the Camp Creek Designated Ground Water Basin Status: Prehearing Conference scheduled for March 3, 2011 at 10 a.m. Town of Akron, Case number: 11-GW-01 Designated <br /> Basin: Camp Creek Date of request: 11-Jan-11 Subject: Objection to the issuance of a Final Permit for Conditional Permit No. 66117-F Status: Acknowledgement and Notice to set <br /> mailed January 26, 2011. Setting conference scheduled for February 9, 2011 at 10 a.m. Upper Spring Creek Basin Case number: 09-GW-14 Designated Basin: Date of request: 15-Jun-09 <br />