UBBNRD patrons rap plan for meters, first water ration

YORK — "I just wish you'd slow down a little."

That sentiment, expressed here Tuesday by Sutton area farmer Kris Stengel, seemed to capture the view of many patrons of the Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District who turned out for a public hearing on proposed changes in groundwater rules and regulations.

District directors and staff met with around 150 people at the York City Auditorium for a 70-minute informational meeting followed by a formal public hearing on several proposed changes to Rule 5 for the UBBNRD's Groundwater Management Area No. 1.

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