Campbell Ranch Seeks Appeal (NM)

A group that has been fighting a large development in the East Mountains for the past 17 years told residents Sunday that the company has not given up trying to acquire water rights as an appeal makes it way through the court system.  The proposed Campbell Ranch development seemed dead in its tracks when the Office of the State Engineer denied its well application in 2014. The company partnered with Vidler Water, a Nevada water rights developer, and formed Aquifer Science to fight the appeal, according to attorneys working for the Deep Well Protest group Jon Black and Paul Hultin with the New Mexico Environmental Law Center told residents at a community meeting May 7 they expect the appeal to be heard in August.     Read the article……………

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