Although it’s standard for the state Commission on Water Resource Management to seek information about how diverted stream water is being used so that it can determine if those uses are reasonable and beneficial under the state Water Code, the Kekaha Agriculture Association, at least, and in particular its seed company members, seemed to think it was none of the commission’s business.
In May, Water Commission chair Suzanne Case posed more than a dozen questions about water usage to KAA and the state Agribusiness Development Corporation as a way to obtain the depth of information the commission needs . . .
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