/ California Targets Private Property With Latest Water Well Fees, Charges: Report #11
- May 26, 2008
- SW Washington
- L2550DT IH584-4WD
It has always been out there looking for an opportunity to make it law in Washington. It is not your water, it belongs to the state unless it floods and then it is not the state's water.Big farms with lots of acres could hide a well or more but a residence? Not a chance. Enforcer just comes by and demands to see your meter.
Somewhere aound 30 years or so ago, Washington sate propsed to do that. It got shot down before it even got off the ground.