2015 Final Plan Approval - LAWMA

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MARCH 31, 2015
Donald F. Higbee
Lower Arkansas Water Management Assoc.
P.O. Box 1161
Lamar, CO 81052
Via E-mail: [email protected]
Randy Hendrix
Slattery & Hendrix Engineering, LLC
8357 Windhaven Drive
Parker, CO 80134
Via E-mail: [email protected]
RE:
ARKANSAS RIVER REPLACEMENT PLAN APPLICATION APPROVAL – 2015 PLAN YEAR
 LOWER ARKANSAS WATER MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
Dear Donald F. Higbee and Randy Hendrix:
We have reviewed your February 28, 2015 application on behalf of the Lower Arkansas Water
Management Association (LAWMA) for an ARKANSAS RIVER REPLACEMENT PLAN for the 2015 Plan Year
(April 1, 2015 through March 31, 2016) pursuant to the AMENDED RULES AND REGULATIONS
GOVERNING THE DIVERSION AND USE OF TRIBUTARY GROUND WATER IN THE ARKANSAS RIVER BASIN,
COLORADO (Use Rules) approved in Case No. 95CW211. Your application included 493 wells
(503 well meters) for this Plan. A listing of wells covered by this Plan is shown at Enclosure 1.
Total estimated pumping by the active wells in this Plan is 54,868 acre-feet during
the 2015 Play Year.
Of the total estimated initial pumping, 39,470 acre-feet will be from irrigation wells producing
from the Valley–Fill and Surficial Aquifers subject to Rule 3; 8,947 acre-feet will be from wells
producing from the Valley–Fill, Surficial and Fountain Creek Aquifers subject to Rule 4; and 6,451
acre-feet will be from wells in Other Aquifers subject to Rule 5 of the Use Rules.
The estimate of potential out–of–priority stream depletions to senior surface water rights in
Colorado and depletions to usable stateline flows (with usability factors applied), to be replaced during
this Plan Year, is 12,314 acre-feet based upon the above pumping estimates, the actual pumping
from previous Plan Years, estimates of depletions including the presumptive depletions given in Rule
4.2 of the Use Rules, and the delayed response of well pumping on the surface streams.
It is anticipated that 100% of the potential stream depletions will be out-of-priority, and will be
fully replaced during this Plan Year above the senior surface water rights in Colorado. Therefore, no
additional quantity has been determined for the replacement of depletions to usable stateline flow for
those locations and time periods where a Colorado senior surface water right call has been anticipated.
This approval also recognizes that a substantial stateline credit has been generated from releases of
water from the Offset Account and prior replacement operations by LAWMA and that this plan
anticipates additional deliveries to the Offset Account this Plan Year. The effectiveness of this
Replacement Plan in replacing depletions to usable stateline flow will be evaluated following the end of
the Plan Year to determine if any additional replacements are required to replace depletions to usable
stateline flow caused by post–Compact diversions of groundwater pursuant to this Plan.
LAWMA proposes to use the following sources of replacement water to allow continued well
pumping:
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ARKANSAS RIVER REPLACEMENT PLAN APPLICATION APPROVAL – 2015 PLAN YEAR
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1.
SECWCD allocations of Fry-Ark Project return flow from deliveries to agricultural users.
It is anticipated that LAWMA will receive a Return Flow allocation of approximately 487 acrefeet.
2.
Consumptive use credits from the use of the Highland Canal water rights changed in
Case No. 02CW181. In accordance with the requirements of Paragraph 31.B.v.(3) of the decree
entered in Case No. 02CW181, LAWMA shall limit the consumptive use credit available under
the Highland Canal water rights changed in Case No. 02CW181 in the eighth year after entry of
the Decree by multiplying the diversion rate for each Highland Canal water right by the greater
of: (a) the percentage of the Highland Canal lands that were dried-up that are in compliance
with Paragraphs 31.B.ii. and iii. of the 02CW181 Decree; or (b) 40%. For this plan year, LAWMA
must limit the consumptive use credit for the Highland Canal water right to 80.63% of the
calculated yield for direct use in this plan in order to comply with Paragraph 31.B.v.(6) of the
02CW181 Decree. The 80.63% of the Highland Canal water rights are expected to yield 2,571
acre-feet of consumable water. The remaining 19.37% of the Highland Canal water rights are
expected to yield 618 acre-feet of consumable water, and these consumptive use credits will be
leased to LAWMA’s members, with the funds collected from such leases to be used by LAWMA
to establish and maintain ground cover on the Highland Canal dry-up land as provided in
Paragraph 31.D. of the 02CW181 Decree. The consumable water may be stored in the Offset
Account in John Martin Reservoir or left in the river to meet in-state replacement obligations.
3.
Consumptive use credits from use of the Highland Canal water rights changed in Case
No. 10CW85. These water rights are expected to yield 182 acre-feet of consumable water to
the river. The consumptive use water may be stored in the Offset Account in John Martin
Reservoir or left in the river to meet in-state replacement obligations.
4.
Credit from the unconsumed portion of transit loss of deliveries to the Offset Account or
to the river of replacement water from the Highland Canal. Estimated yield is 70 acre-feet.
5.
Consumptive use credits from the use of one-half of the Keesee Ditch direct flow water
rights including the Article II water that are included in Case No. 02CW181. These sources are
expected to yield 1,129 acre-feet of consumable water.
6.
Consumptive use credits from the use of the remaining one-half of the Keesee Ditch
direct flow water rights including the Article II water that are included in Case No. 05CW052.
These sources are expected to yield 1,129 acre-feet of consumable water. The consumable
water may be stored in the Offset Account in John Martin Reservoir or left in the river to replace
in-state replacement obligations.
7.
Consumptive use credits from 462 Fort Bent Ditch shares changed in Case No.
02CW181. The 462 shares are expected to yield 444 acre-feet of consumable water to the river.
If the City of Lamar does not need all of the yield from its 923 shares changed in Case No.
02CW181, then the excess shares will be delivered to the LAWMA Fort Bent Augmentation
Station and utilized by LAWMA. The expected yield of the City of Lamar’s 923 shares is 886
acre-feet. The City of Lamar is expecting to provide LAWMA with some if not all of the use of
the 923 shares. The total from all of the shares would be 1,330 acre-feet. The shares for this
plan will be turned out at the LAWMA Fort Bent Augmentation Station.
8.
Consumptive use credits from 144 Fort Bent Ditch shares owned by LAWMA and
changed in Case No. 10CW085. These shares are estimated by you to yield 79 acre-feet and
the water will be turned out at the new Fort Bent Augmentation station.
9.
Consumptive use credits from 8,247 Lamar Canal Shares changed in Case No. 02CW181.
These shares are estimated by you to yield a credit of 4,671 acre-feet in consumable deliveries
to the river. All of this water will be delivered through the DOW Center Farm Augmentation
Station, the West Farm Augmentation Station, or a new augmentation station near Granada.
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10.
Consumptive use credits from 897 Lamar Canal shares for which an application for a
change of use is expected to be filed in water court by LAWMA in the near future. LAWMA
proposes to use the same terms and conditions on a per share basis for calculations of
consumptive use credits and historical return flow obligations for these shares as those used for
the Lamar Canal Shares that were changed in Case No. 02CW181. Assuming the same terms
and conditions are imposed on these shares as are imposed on LAWMA’s Lamar Canal shares
changed in Case No. 02CW181, these shares are expected to yield 531 acre-feet of
consumable water to the river. This water will be delivered through one or all of the following
augmentation stations: West Farm Augmentation station, DOW Center Farm Augmentation
station, or a newly planned augmentation station near Granada, CO that is in the process of
being built. LAWMA will use the Lamar Canal shares in its Rule 14 Plan until LAWMA changes
the shares’ use through water court or adds the shares for use in LAWMA’s augmentation plan
following the procedures in the 02CW181 decree.
11.
Consumptive use credits from 436 Granada Irrigation Company (GIC) shares for which
an application for a change of use is expected to be filed in water court by LAWMA in the near
future. LAWMA proposes to use the same terms and conditions on a per share basis for
calculations of consumptive use credits and historical return flow obligations for these shares as
those used for the Lamar Canal Shares that were changed in Case No. 02CW181. The GIC
shares are delivered through the Lamar Canal system and each GIC share equates to 3.498
Lamar Canal shares (1 GIC x 10,600 Lamar Canal shares / 3,030 GIC shares). Based on that
ratio and using the terms and conditions of LAWMA’s Lamar Canal shares changed in Case No.
02CW181 pending completion of the water court process, these shares are expected to yield
971 acre-feet of consumable water to the river. This water will be delivered through one or all of
the following augmentation stations: West Farm Augmentation station, DOW Center Farm
Augmentation station, or a newly planned augmentation station near Granada, CO that is in the
process of being built. LAWMA will use the GIC shares in its Rule 14 Plan until LAWMA
changes the shares’ use through water court or adds the shares for use in LAWMA’s
augmentation plan by following the procedures in the 02CW181 decree.
12.
Consumptive use credits from full use of the Manvel Canal Article II water changed in
Case No. 02CW181. These credits are estimated by you to yield 100 acre-feet and will be
delivered through the West Farm Augmentation Station, the DOW Center Farm Augmentation
Station or the new augmentation station near Granada, CO.
13.
Consumptive use credits from the 54 cfs Manvel Canal direct flow water right changed in
Case No. 02CW181. This water right is expected to yield 75 acre-feet of consumable water to
the river.
14.
Consumptive use credits derived from the portion of the X-Y Canal direct flow water right
changed in Case No. 02CW181 (67 cfs of the total water right of 69 cfs). This water right is
expected to yield 2,723 acre-feet of consumable water to the river.
15.
Consumptive use credits derived from 2.0 cfs of the X-Y Canal direct flow water right for
which an application for a change of use is expected to be filed in water court in the near future.
LAWMA proposes to use the same terms and conditions on a per cfs basis for calculation of
consumptive use credits and historical return flow obligations for this 2.0 cfs X-Y Canal direct
flow water right as those used for the 67 cfs X-Y Canal direct flow water right changed in Case
No. 02CW181. Assuming the same terms and conditions are imposed on the 2.0 cfs as are
imposed on the 67 cfs changed in Case No. 02CW181, this water right is expected to yield 79
acre-feet of consumable water to the river. LAWMA will use the remaining 2.0 cfs of the X-Y
Canal direct flow water right for use in its Rule 14 Plan until LAWMA changes the use of the 2.0
cfs through water court or adds the 2.0 cfs for use in LAWMA’s augmentation plan by following
the procedures in the 02CW181 decree.
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16.
Consumptive use credits from the 7.2 cfs Stubbs Ditch direct flow water right changed in
Case No. 02CW181. This water right is expected to yield 252 acre-feet of consumable water to
the river consistent with the Sisson-Stubbs Settlement Agreement between Colorado and
Kansas signed on September 23, 2005.
17.
Consumptive use credits from the 18 cfs Sisson Ditch direct flow water right changed in
Case No. 10CW85. This water right is expected to yield 252 acre-feet of consumable water to
the river consistent with the Sisson-Stubbs Settlement Agreement between Colorado and
Kansas signed on September 23, 2005.
18.
Credit for the unconsumed portion of the transit loss associated with releases of water
stored by LAWMA in the downstream consumable account within the Offset Account. These
credits are estimated to yield 300 acre-feet of consumable water to the river.
19.
Credit for the unconsumed portion of the transit loss from consumptive use water that
may be purchased by LAWMA during this plan year and delivered to the Offset Account. The
yield will be determined based on the amount of water purchased by LAWMA, and a copy of the
contract(s) will be provided.
20.
Article II water in John Martin Reservoir from LAWMA’s X-Y Graham, Manvel, and the
Sisson - Stubbs accounts. This water will be released to the river or transferred to other Article II
accounts for in-state replacement obligations or transferred to the Offset Account for
replacement of Stateline depletions as needed. These sources are expected to yield at least
900 acre-feet of consumable water.
21.
Excess consumptive use credits from the City of Lamar’s operations. These credits are
estimated to yield approximately 400 acre-feet. LAWMA is currently working on an agreement
with the City of Lamar to acquire the excess consumptive use credits. Once an agreement has
been reached it will be submitted to the Division Engineer’s office.
22.
Consumable water stored in the Offset Account by LAWMA currently totals
approximately 1,041 acre-feet.
23.
Fully consumable return flows from the delivery of Aurora water from the Busk Ivanhoe
system to the Bessemer and Oxford Ditches for irrigation first use. The lagged return flows are
projected to be approximately 40 acre-feet.
It is anticipated that the projected yield from these replacement sources will be sufficient to
replace the 12,314 acre-feet of stream depletions that have been estimated for this Plan Year, based
on the assumptions shown above. The actual yields from the replacement sources listed above will
depend on the actual water availability during this Plan Year and the application of the conditions of
approval listed below.
It is estimated that an additional 10,258 acre-feet of stream depletions beyond what will
occur during this Plan Year will occur after the expiration date of this Plan due to diversions of ground
water during the life of this Plan and pumping done under previous plans. Replacement of these
depletions, to the extent they cause out–of–priority stream depletions, is proposed to be accomplished
by the commitment of renewable sources listed above.
The State and Division Engineers have reviewed the Plan and the adequacy of each source of
water provided for use as augmentation water, including, where necessary, the historical consumptive
use of each water right, and return flows from diversion of waters imported into the Arkansas River
Basin or other fully consumable waters proposed for use as augmentation water. In accordance with
Section 25–8–202(7), C.R.S. and “Senate Bill 89–181 Rules” adopted on February 4, 1992, the State
Engineer has determined that, subject to the Terms and Conditions below, the replacement supply is of
a quality to meet the requirements of use by senior appropriators.
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The State and Division Engineers have prepared a table at Enclosure 2 consistent with the
requirement of Appendix A.2 in the final decree in Kansas v. Colorado to provide Kansas the projected
operations to balance depletions and any Shortfall with replacement supplies. This table demonstrates
how replacement sources in this Plan are applied to stream depletions from prior years’ pumping and
stream depletions contemplated in the upcoming Plan year. No Shortfall has been projected in the H-I
Model results prepared by Colorado for the most recent Ten-Year Compliance Period.
Based on stream depletions determined in accordance with the Use Rules, and consistent with
other provisions of the Use Rules, the State and Division Engineers have determined that, subject to
the Terms and Conditions set forth below, it appears the Plan to divert tributary groundwater will
provide sufficient augmentation water in amount, time and location to replace out–of–priority stream
depletions to senior surface water rights in Colorado and all depletions to usable stateline flow caused
by such diversions and may therefore be approved pursuant to Rule 7 of the Use Rules.
This Plan is hereby approved pursuant to the following Terms and Conditions:
TEMPORARY
1. The 493 wells in this Plan shall not divert more than 54,868 acre-feet of ground
water as listed in Enclosure 1 without first obtaining an amendment to the approved Plan.
Wells covered by this Plan that are either inactive or are within farm groups with zero
estimated pumping shall not be pumped without first having an acceptable measurement
method, an updated groundwater use information form and an amendment to the approved
Plan.
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Water may be transferred between farm groups within the Plan subject to review
by the Division Engineer’s staff, but cannot be transferred between this Plan and a
Substitute Water Supply Plan or other plan.
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Amendments to this Plan cannot increase well head depletions beyond the
approved Plan totals until such time as additional replacement water is found. During
this interim, the Plan total well head depletions will be maintained at the approved
amounts.
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Additional wells may be included in this Plan only if an amendment to the
approved Plan is submitted and approved. Any request for amendment must include, at
a minimum: identification of the subject wells, an estimate of the amount of water each
well will pump by month, an update of the total stream depletions by reach and month
including post–Plan depletions and identification of the source of additional replacement
water. Approval of an amendment will be contingent upon LAWMA demonstrating it has
sufficient replacement water to cover the additional well depletions.
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Requests for the emergency activation of wells already covered by the approved
Plan or the emergency inclusion of new wells may be submitted with information
indicating that a valid measurement method is in place and with current information
required by Rule 13 of the Use Rules. Temporary approval for pumping can be made
pending a complete request for amendment of the Plan, which must follow within 30
days of the approval of the emergency request. Failure to provide the required
information within 30-days may result in the cancellation of the temporary approval.
2. The approval of this Plan is only temporary until June 1, 2015 under the provisions of Rule
14 of the Use Rules in order that final arrangements be made and evidence provided to verify
that the final allocation of Fry-Ark Return Flows indicated in your Plan application have been
secured.
3. If a well in this Plan causes depletions on a tributary of the Arkansas River, affecting senior
surface water rights, where this Plan cannot currently provide replacement water, the well is
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subject to curtailment until arrangements are made to provide replacement water at a point
which will preclude injury to the calling senior surface water rights on the tributary.
5. For the 2015 Plan Year, all sources of dry-up are subject to the Administration of Parcels
Claimed for Augmentation Credit Agreement signed by the Colorado State Engineer and Kansas
Chief Engineer in September of 2005 and as specifically provided for in Case Nos. 02CW181,
05CW052 and 10CW085. Dry-up parcels that were identified in the March 7, 2015
letter to LAWMA must be remediated by April 15, 2015 in order to be eligible for
credit in 2015 and will be inspected by Division Engineer’s staff shortly after April
15, 2015. A reduction in approved pumping will be implemented in the final
approval after June 1, 2015 in proportion to any loss of replacement water from
disqualified dry-up parcels. Additionally, dry-up parcels associated with the
Highland Canal water rights changed in Case No. 10CW085 must be remediated as
identified in the March 5, 2015 letter to Mike Spady and copied to LAWMA absent reirrigation with wells under an approved SWSP.
6. No water rights other than imported waters or other fully consumable waters may be used
as a source of augmentation water in a Rule 14 Plan for more than three years unless they
have been decreed for augmentation use, except that after an application for change of water
right to add augmentation as a decreed use has been filed in water court, the Division Engineer
may approve the use of that right in a Rule 14 Plan while that change case is pending for
a "reasonable time" as defined in Paragraph 11 of Appendix A.4 to the Kansas v. Colorado
decree. No sources in the LAWMA plan were identified as being deficient with respect to
compliance with Appendix A.4. The Lamar Canal and Granada Irrigation Company shares and
the 2 cfs of X-Y Canal added to LAWMA’s Plan in 2014 are now in their second year of use.
7. Water available for in-priority ditch diversions and resulting credits for the X-Y ditch and
Manvel canal direct flow water rights will be determined using the Granada stream gages as
provided in engineering memoranda associated with Case No. 02CW181.
8. This Plan provides for the use of several water rights to generate consumptive use credits
for use in replacing stream depletions resulting from out-of-priority pumping. The consumptive
use factors, monthly, annual and twenty year volumetric limits associated with the LAWMA
decrees in 02CW181, 05CW052 and 10CW085 will be used during the 2015 Plan Year for
replacement sources.
9. The amount of Keesee Ditch water delivered to LAWMA will be calculated and accounted for
as described in the decrees in Case No. 02CW181 and 05CW052 and associated engineering
memoranda.
10. Augmentation credits associated with the Sisson portion of the Sisson-Stubbs water right
shall be determined in accordance with the Sisson-Stubbs Agreement with Kansas signed on
September 23, 2005.
11. Augmentation credits for the Highland Canal will be continue to be determined using the
canal flume and stream gage established during the 2001-2002 Plan year and as described in
Case No. 02CW181 and 10CW085 and associated engineering memoranda.
12. Augmentation credits associated with the Lamar Canal shares will continue to be determined
using the canal lateral flume at Center Farm, West Farm or at a new augmentation station
proposed for the new shares. The criteria in Case No. 02CW181 and associated engineering
memoranda will be used to determine credits.
13. Augmentation credits associated with the Fort Bent shares will be determined at the
augmentation station at the upper end of the Fort Bent Ditch as described in Case No.
02CW181 and 10CW085 and associated engineering memoranda. Any use of City of Lamar’s
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Fort Bent shares will be pursuant to the Substitute Supply Plan approval under C.R.S. 37-92308(4) per the application in Case No. 05CW107A or pursuant to the final decree in that case.
14. Approval of the use of Busk Ivanhoe transmountain return flows following irrigation first use
by the Bessemer and Oxford Ditches in 2013 and by the Bessemer Ditch in 2014 is subject to
the lease agreement between Aurora and LAWMA. Lagged return flows have been modeled by
the Division 2 Office (Augmentation Coordinator) using ditch diversion records for these two
ditches. No use beyond replacement of depletions in this Rule 14 Plan is allowable absent
separate approval under another plan. Transit losses from this source will be assessed by the
Division Engineer.
15. Replacement water must be available in the proper amount and location. The timing of
replacement water must be planned such that carry-forward depletions will be no larger than
50% of the following month’s projected replacement water for in-state replacement. The
Division Engineer will require any stored replacement water to be released in a timely manner
the following month to ensure complete replacement of any carry-forward deficit. Due to the
final stateline accretion for the 2005-2014 H-I Model initial accounting, the stateline credits for
LAWMA’s direct flow rights in the monthly accounting may be carried forward for more than one
month during the irrigation season and for one additional month into the non-irrigation season,
but only to the extent that they are used for replacement of depletions to usable stateline flow
instead of to senior Colorado users.
16. The amount of credit from Offset Account releases will be as described in the “Agreement
Concerning an Offset Account in John Martin Reservoir for Colorado Pumping, Determination of
Credits for Delivery of Water Released for Colorado Pumping, and Related Matters” signed by
the Colorado State Engineer and Kansas Chief Engineer in September of 2005.
17. Pumping from the Hughes-Graham alternate point of diversion wells covered by this Plan
will be treated as out-of-priority diversions and replacements will be as described in the
agreement between LAWMA and the owners of the Graham water right.
18. Applicant shall provide fully executed lease agreements for all leased replacement water and
declarations of share certificate numbers for replacement water committed to this Plan to the
Division Engineer’s office by April 20, 2015 to the extent not already provided.
19. This Plan assumes that return flows from deliveries of Fryingpan-Arkansas Project (Fry-Ark)
water will be available in amount, time and location to replace a portion of the out-of-priority
depletions to senior surface water rights in Colorado and thereby prevent some depletions to
usable stateline flow. The State and Division Engineers have determined that the estimates of
Fry-Ark return flow to be used in this Plan are reasonable. If, however, the Fry–Ark return
flows prove to be insufficient in amount, time or location to replace out-of-priority depletions to
senior surface water rights in Colorado, LAWMA agrees to either: 1) curtail pumping by its
member wells or 2) obtain additional sources of replacement water as the State and Division
Engineers may direct. LAWMA shall confer with the Division Engineer as requested to
determine the amount, time and location of Fry–Ark return flows.
20. Approval of this Plan does not give LAWMA any rights of use of Fryingpan-Arkansas Project
structures, or any rights of ownership or rights to purchase or receive an allocation of Project
water or return flows therefrom and will not alter any existing rights LAWMA may have.
21. LAWMA’s purchase and use of Project water and of return flows therefrom shall be
consistent with the Allocation Principles of the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy
District (as they may from time to time be amended), and the lawful rules, regulations, policies,
procedures, contracts, charges and terms as may be lawfully determined from time to time by
Southeastern, in its sole discretion. Project water or return flows therefrom may be used as a
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supplemental supply in LAWMA’s Plan only if, and to the extent, such water is allocated by
Southeastern to LAWMA, and is purchased from Southeastern.
22. Approval of this Plan does not guarantee that the amount of replacement water made
available pursuant to this Plan will replace out-of-priority depletions to senior surface water
rights in Colorado, to the extent required by Rule 11 of the Use Rules. Notwithstanding
approval of this Plan, should the Plan prove insufficient, each well user covered by the Plan
shall be responsible for replacement of out-of-priority depletions to senior surface water rights
in Colorado.
23. The State and Division Engineers shall determine depletions to usable stateline flow caused
by post–Compact ground water diversions for irrigation use pursuant to Rule 3.4 of the Use
Rules. To the extent that replacement of out-of-priority depletions to senior surface water
rights in Colorado and deliveries of water to the Stateline pursuant to the Plan are not sufficient
to replace all depletions to usable stateline flow caused by post–Compact ground water
diversions for irrigation use, the State and Division Engineers will allocate all unreplaced
depletions to usable stateline flow caused by post–Compact ground water diversions for
irrigation use to well users in this Plan.
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LAWMA agrees to adopt a depletion factor of 0.36 for all supplemental irrigation
wells producing from the Valley–Fill and Surficial Aquifers subject to Rule 3.
24. LAWMA must replace out-of-priority depletions to senior surface water rights in Colorado
and depletions to usable stateline flow occurring after the expiration date of the Plan (March 31,
2015) which are caused by diversions of groundwater during the life of the Plan. The Division
Engineer has reviewed and approved LAWMA’s analysis of its post-Plan stream depletions as
compared to its available supply from renewable or stored replacement sources. This analysis
demonstrates that the sources identified are adequate for the replacement of projected postPlan depletions. LAWMA must provide a written commitment of these identified renewable and
stored sources, not including future allocations of Fry-Ark Project water, to the Division
Engineer by April 20, 2015 to the extent not already provided.
25. This Plan assumes that return flows from deliveries. This submission must include adequate
long term leases or other contracts to demonstrate LAWMA’s commitment of these resources
beyond March 31, 2016. To the extent that the commitment includes previously purchased
time-forward Fry-Ark return flows, these accretions must be permanently committed solely to
this Plan.
26. LAWMA will provide data to the Division Engineer’s Office, or other entity designated by the
State Engineer, in a standard format designated by the State or Division Engineer, and at such
times as are necessary to ensure timely computations to determine compliance of the LAWMA’S
member wells. Accounting must include all information requested, including but not limited to
pumping by member wells, all information pertaining to transactions underlying water transfers
between Farm Groups, and deliveries of replacement water. Specifically, both
owner/user-supplied pumping data and replacement operations data for the previous month
must be provided to the Division Engineer by no later than the 10th of each month. Reports of
pumping by individual wells that do not comply with the provisions of the approved Plan must
be submitted as they are detected.
27. LAWMA must monitor its member wells and farm groups to be able to verify their
compliance with the approved Plan. Should any well owner/user be out of compliance with the
approved Plan, LAWMA must notify the State and Division Engineers of that fact as provided for
in Rule 10 of the Use Rules.
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LAWMA will monitor the overall performance of this replacement Plan by
comparing the approved annual pumping limits with the actual pumping as determined
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by the Division Engineer’s Office. LAWMA will review the monthly pumping data
provided by the Division Engineer’s Office for consistency with LAWMA’s records and will
notify the Division Engineer’s Office within five working days of receipt of the data of
any discrepancies or inconsistencies. LAWMA must have a representative participate in
monthly augmentation coordination meetings with the Division Engineer’s staff from
April through October. Such meetings may be held in Lamar or in other locations by
mutual consent. These meetings are to be open for attendance by parties interested in
the operation of LAWMA’s Plan upon invitation by LAWMA or the Division Engineer and
are intended to ensure sufficient and timely replacements and to improve
communication on issues that arise during the year.
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The Division Engineer’s Office provides a monthly summary of those farm groups
nearing their annual pumping limits. The Division Engineer’s Office also performs site
inspections to verify compliance and provides summaries of that information to the
Associations and/or well owners/users. LAWMA shall take one of the following actions
to prevent wells or farm groups from exceeding the farm group limits as shown in
Enclosure 1, or as otherwise allowed by the conditions of this approval.
i.
Notify the Division Engineer when a well owner/user’s pumping is out of
compliance with the terms of the approved Plan and request that the Division
Engineer stop the well from pumping.
ii.
Notify the Division Engineer of the purchase of more replacement water,
in addition to the water already purchased for the Plan, to cover the additional
depletions caused by any additional pumping by the well or wells in question.
iii.
Notify the Division Engineer of a reallocation of the replacement water
already purchased or otherwise available to the Plan. Indicate to the Division
Engineer which wells covered by the Plan will pump less than originally planned
or alternatively demonstrate that existing replacement sources will make
available sufficient quantities to allow additional pumping by the well or wells in
question.
28. In accordance with amendments to Section 25–8–202–(7), C.R.S. and "Senate Bill 89–181
Rules" adopted on February 4, 1992, the State Engineer shall continue to determine whether or
not the replacement supply is of a quality to meet requirements of use to senior appropriators.
As such, water quality data or analysis may be requested at any time to determine if the water
quality is appropriate for downstream water users.
29. Pumping by wells serving new pivots operated by GP Farms at the West Farm, Grasmick
Farm and Holly Farm are limited to only those lands previously irrigated under a Rule 14 Plan as
identified by the Division 2 Office and may not be used upon lands outside these areas or at
pumping rates that exceed the permitted/decreed rates under this approval.
30. Acceptance of these conditions or questions regarding these conditions must be made in
writing to the Division Engineer (310 East Abriendo, Suite B, Pueblo CO 81004, FAX (719) 544–
0800 or by e-mail to [email protected]) by 5:00 p.m., April 10, 2015. Failure to
provide written acceptance by April 10, 2015 will result in these conditions being deemed
accepted. The name, address and phone number of a contact person who will be responsible
for the operation and accounting of this Plan must be provided with the acceptance.
PAGE 9
ARKANSAS RIVER REPLACEMENT PLAN APPLICATION APPROVAL – 2015 PLAN YEAR
LOWER ARKANSAS WATER MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
MARCH 31, 2015
I want to thank you for your cooperation and compliance with the amended Use Rules during the past
year and for your continued cooperation and compliance in the future. Your efforts are greatly
appreciated. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact any of my staff in Pueblo.
Sincerely,
Dick Wolfe
Director of Water Resources
State Engineer
Enclosures (2)
EC: Steve Witte, Division Engineer
Dan Steuer, Attorney General’s Office
Melissa Peterson, SEO
Kelley Thompson, SEO
Richard Mehren, Moses, Wittemyer, Harrison & Woodruff, P.C.
Dale E. Book, Spronk Water Engineers
Kevin L. Salter, Kansas Division of Water Resources
Garrett Markus, SECWCD
Alix L. Joseph, Burns, Figa & Will P.C.
FILE:
LAWMA – 2015 PLAN Year
PAGE 10
2015 Rule14 Final Report
For
Lower Arkansas Water Management Association
Enclosure 1: Summary of Approved Pumping and Well Head Depletions and
Annual Limits
2015 Rule14 Final Report - Enclosure 1 for: LAWMA
ANNUAL LIMITS as shown below, or otherwise allowed under the conditions of this approval,
will be enforced BY FARM GROUP.
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
1
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
WERTZ, STEVEN OR BARBARA
1
2
FBO WURST INC (WURST, BRIAN G)
6705145 A
56.09
20.19
6705148 A
76.92
44.23
6705149 A
56.85
32.69
6705150 A
26.62
17.30
6705151 A
29.33
17.30
Farm Unit Subtotal:
245.81
131.72
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
245.81
131.72
61.55
30.78
Farm Unit Subtotal:
61.55
30.78
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
61.55
30.78
22.72
11.36
Farm Unit Subtotal:
22.72
11.36
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
22.72
11.36
6705718 A
304.54
228.41
6705719 A
304.54
228.41
6705735 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
609.08
456.81
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
609.08
456.81
ARNOLD, WILLIAM G
2
ARNOLD, WILLIAM G
6705652 A
5
BARRETT CHILDREN GENERAL PTSHP
5
BARRETT CHILDREN GENERAL PTSHP
6705474 A
6
BARTH FARMS INC (BARTH, BOB)
6
BARTH FARMS INC (BARTH, BOB)
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
8
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
MALONE FARMS LLP (MALONE, LANE)
8
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
6705619 A
9
88.12
31.72
Farm Unit Subtotal:
88.12
31.72
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
88.12
31.72
82.06
29.54
Farm Unit Subtotal:
82.06
29.54
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
82.06
29.54
6705715 A
131.82
98.87
6705716 A
131.82
98.87
Farm Unit Subtotal:
263.64
197.73
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
263.64
197.73
6705828 A
88.37
31.81
6705831 A
101.01
36.36
Farm Unit Subtotal:
189.38
68.18
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
189.38
68.18
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
SCHWAB, CRAIG
9
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
6705825 A
12.1
BURNS, ROY D
12.1
12.2
BURNS, ROY D
KALMA, JIM
12.2
14
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
GRASMICK, WILLIAM
14
HIGBEE, DONALD
6705480 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
15
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
LAMAR LIGHT & POWER (O'NEILL, RORY)
15
17
LAMAR LIGHT & POWER (O'NEILL, RORY)
6705272 B
4,240.01
0.00
6705272 A
4,250.02
0.00
6705272 C
10.01
0.00
6705273 A
0.00
0.00
6705275 A
0.00
0.00
6705276 A
0.00
0.00
6705278 A
0.00
0.00
6705279 A
0.00
0.00
6705280 A
0.00
0.00
6705281 A
0.00
0.00
6705282 A
0.00
0.00
6705283 A
0.00
0.00
6705284 A
0.00
0.00
6705285 A
0.00
0.00
6705286 A
0.00
0.00
6705287 A
0.00
0.00
6705288 A
0.00
0.00
6705289 A
0.00
0.00
6705349 A
93.47
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
8,593.51
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
8,593.51
0.00
497.54
327.88
Farm Unit Subtotal:
497.54
327.88
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
497.54
327.88
COLORADO BEEF
17
COLORADO BEEF
6705107 B
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
18
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
CO DIV OF PARKS & WILDLIFE - PUEBLO (TONKO, JOHN)
18
19
CO DIV OF PARKS & WILDLIFE - PUEBLO (TONKO, JOHN)
6705411 A
53.85
26.93
6705413 A
0.00
0.00
6705414 A
53.85
26.93
6705415 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
107.70
53.85
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
107.70
53.85
6706188 A
37.49
18.75
6706189 A
37.49
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
74.98
37.49
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
74.98
37.49
6705642 A
149.98
112.49
6705645 A
0.00
0.00
6705646 A
0.00
0.00
6705691 A
112.51
56.26
6705691 B
75.01
37.51
Farm Unit Subtotal:
337.50
206.25
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
337.50
206.25
172.71
86.36
Farm Unit Subtotal:
172.71
86.36
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
172.71
86.36
COLORADO INTERSTATE GAS CO - EADS
19
28.1
28.1
28.2
28.2
COLORADO INTERSTATE GAS CO - EADS
4 SISTERS LLC (WILLEY, CHARLEE)
4 SISTERS LLC (WILLEY, CHARLEE)
SEUFER, JEROME
DAVAULT, GLEN
6705777 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
28.3
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
ADAMS, JERRY
28.3
29
DAVAULT, GLEN
6705778 A
156.07
117.05
6705779 A
121.19
90.89
6705780 A
87.86
65.90
6705781 A
98.48
73.86
6705782 A
136.38
102.29
Farm Unit Subtotal:
599.98
449.99
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
599.98
449.99
6705677 A
144.83
58.66
6705679 A
141.54
50.95
Farm Unit Subtotal:
286.37
109.61
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
286.37
109.61
130.76
98.07
Farm Unit Subtotal:
130.76
98.07
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
130.76
98.07
6705493 A
353.53
127.27
6705496 A
0.00
0.00
6705497 A
0.00
0.00
6705498 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
353.53
127.27
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
353.53
127.27
FLINT, LAWRENCE OR CAROL
29
30
FLINT, LAWRENCE OR CAROL
SPITZ CATTLE COMPANY (SPITZ, JOE)
30
SPITZ CATTLE COMPANY (SPITZ, JOE)
6705410 A
31
GEORGE TEMPEL LIVESTOCK (TEMPEL, GEORGE)
31
GEORGE TEMPEL LIVESTOCK (TEMPEL, GEORGE)
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
32
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
GARLAND N GIBBS TRUST B (GIBBS, RUBY J)
32
33
GARLAND N GIBBS TRUST B (GIBBS, RUBY J)
6706170 A
75.01
56.26
6706191 A
149.98
112.49
6706192 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
224.99
168.74
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
224.99
168.74
25.00
9.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
25.00
9.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
25.00
9.00
6705555 A
6.41
4.81
6706030 A
6.41
4.81
Farm Unit Subtotal:
12.82
9.62
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
12.82
9.62
6705875 A
182.58
136.94
6705876 A
208.34
156.26
Farm Unit Subtotal:
390.92
293.19
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
390.92
293.19
6705855 A
69.44
25.00
6705856 A
0.00
0.00
6705877 A
33.34
25.01
6705878 A
33.34
25.01
Farm Unit Subtotal:
136.12
75.01
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
136.12
75.01
GILBERT, RAY
33
GILBERT, RAY
6705343 A
34
GRANADA SCHOOL DISTRICT
34
35
GRANADA SCHOOL DISTRICT
THOMPSON, COLIN
35
35.1
35.1
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
THOMPSON, COLIN
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
36
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
GRUENLOH, MARVIN
36
GRUENLOH, MARVIN
6705400 A
41
15.39
15.39
Farm Unit Subtotal:
15.39
15.39
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
15.39
15.39
6705541 A
256.39
92.30
6705660 A
0.00
0.00
6705661 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
256.39
92.30
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
256.39
92.30
6705062 A
65.80
23.69
6705074 A
40.07
14.43
Farm Unit Subtotal:
105.87
38.11
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
105.87
38.11
6705700 A
200.32
72.12
6705703 A
0.00
0.00
6705704 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
200.32
72.12
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
200.32
72.12
25.00
12.50
Farm Unit Subtotal:
25.00
12.50
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
25.00
12.50
HIGBEE, DONALD
41
42
HIGBEE, DONALD
HINER CONSTRUCTION (HINER, REX M OR SHARON A)
42
43
HINER CONSTRUCTION (HINER, REX M OR SHARON A)
MALONE FARMS LLP (MALONE, LANE)
43
46
HOLDEN, SHERYL A
ICE, ROBERT
46
ICE, ROBERT
6705783 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
48
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
INMAN, VIRGINIA
48
INMAN, VIRGINIA
6705290 A
49.1
2.69
0.97
Farm Unit Subtotal:
2.69
0.97
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
2.69
0.97
6705683 A
208.55
143.27
6705684 A
89.58
61.54
6705685 A
86.78
59.62
6705686 A
62.97
43.26
6705687 A
65.77
45.18
6705688 A
167.95
115.38
6705689 A
127.36
87.50
6705690 A
198.74
136.53
6705692 A
0.00
0.00
6705693 A
0.00
0.00
6705694 A
0.00
0.00
6705695 A
158.16
108.66
1,165.86
800.95
6705239 A
0.00
0.00
6705240 A
174.14
62.69
174.14
62.69
6705867 A
0.00
0.00
6705868 A
310.08
217.06
6705879 A
0.00
0.00
6706023 A
55.19
38.63
Farm Unit Subtotal:
365.27
255.69
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
1,705.27
1,119.33
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
49
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
Farm Unit Subtotal:
49.1
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
Farm Unit Subtotal:
49.3
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
49.2
49.2
49.4
49.4
49.6
49.6
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
6705123 A
205.23
73.88
6705127 A
101.22
75.92
6705128 A
117.52
42.31
Farm Unit Subtotal:
423.97
192.11
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
423.97
192.11
6705189 A
58.74
42.29
6705190 A
42.32
31.74
6705191 A
62.77
45.19
6705192 A
17.37
12.51
6705199 A
34.39
23.08
6705200 A
34.32
23.03
Farm Unit Subtotal:
249.91
177.84
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
249.91
177.84
6705920 A
25.00
18.75
6705921 A
25.00
18.75
6705922 A
25.00
18.75
6705923 A
25.00
18.75
6705924 A
25.00
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
125.00
93.75
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
125.00
93.75
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
J-S RANCH LLC (SUTPHIN, JOHN JR)
J-S RANCH LLC (SUTPHIN, JOHN JR)
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
52
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
JENSEN, HENRY
52
53.1
JENSEN, HENRY
6705551 A
41.03
14.77
6705552 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
41.03
14.77
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
41.03
14.77
76.86
76.86
Farm Unit Subtotal:
76.86
76.86
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
76.86
76.86
6705607 A
353.53
127.27
6705611 A
0.00
0.00
6705613 A
211.49
76.14
Farm Unit Subtotal:
565.02
203.41
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
565.02
203.41
6705544 A
72.12
25.96
6705658 A
64.11
23.08
Farm Unit Subtotal:
136.23
49.04
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
136.23
49.04
6705459 A
486.55
243.28
6705460 A
180.76
90.38
Farm Unit Subtotal:
667.31
333.66
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
667.31
333.66
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
53.1
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
6705490 A
53.2
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
53.2
57
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
KOEHN, DONALD R
57
59
KOEHN, DONALD R
MAY, RILEY L
59
MAY, RILEY L
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
61
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
EADS, VICKY
61
LIGHTNER, FRANK
6705854 A
62
162.12
121.59
Farm Unit Subtotal:
162.12
121.59
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
162.12
121.59
6705705 A
0.00
0.00
6705707 A
133.56
48.08
Farm Unit Subtotal:
133.56
48.08
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
133.56
48.08
6705599 A
0.00
0.00
6705785 A
93.57
93.57
6705786 A
0.00
0.00
6705787 A
0.00
0.00
6705788 A
0.00
0.00
6706369 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
93.57
93.57
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
93.57
93.57
6705620 A
84.08
42.04
6705621 A
61.35
30.68
6705627 A
0.00
0.00
6705628 A
0.00
0.00
6705629 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
145.43
72.72
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
145.43
72.72
MALONE FARMS LLP (MALONE, LANE)
62
65
MALONE FARMS LLP (MALONE, AL)
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
65
67
MIDWESTERN FARMS (DEPRA, MEL)
MUSICK, RANDY
67
MUSICK, RANDY
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
70.1
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
NEVIUS RANCH (NEVIUS, BRAD)
70.1
NEVIUS RANCH (NEVIUS, BRAD)
6705678 A
70.2
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
6705421 A
0.00
0.00
6705665 A
0.00
0.00
6705668 A
0.00
0.00
6705669 A
360.57
270.43
Farm Unit Subtotal:
360.57
270.43
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
360.57
270.43
48.07
17.31
Farm Unit Subtotal:
48.07
17.31
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
48.07
17.31
88.12
31.72
Farm Unit Subtotal:
88.12
31.72
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
88.12
31.72
1.92
1.92
Farm Unit Subtotal:
1.92
1.92
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
1.92
1.92
NEVIUS RANCH (NEVIUS, BRAD)
70.2
73
NEVIUS RANCH (NEVIUS, BRAD)
NICKELSON, ROBERT
73
NICKELSON, ROBERT
6705117 A
75
OLIVER, LARRY
75
OLIVER, LARRY
6705155 A
82.1
82.1
BROYLES LAND & WATER LLLP (BROYLES, WILLIAM)
BROYLES LAND & WATER LLLP (BROYLES, WILLIAM)
6705304 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
84
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
HOFMEISTER, MARIE
84
HOFMEISTER, MARIE
6705114 A
86
64.11
23.08
Farm Unit Subtotal:
64.11
23.08
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
64.11
23.08
6705416 A
82.78
29.80
6705417 A
56.09
20.19
6705438 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
138.87
49.99
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
138.87
49.99
193.58
145.19
Farm Unit Subtotal:
193.58
145.19
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
193.58
145.19
110.49
39.78
Farm Unit Subtotal:
110.49
39.78
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
110.49
39.78
6706171 A
49.99
37.49
6706172 A
25.00
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
74.99
56.24
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
74.99
56.24
REYHER ENTERPRISES (MCKENZIE, ROBERT)
86.1
86.2
REYHER ENTERPRISES (MCKENZIE, ROBERT)
REYHER ENTERPRISES (MCKENZIE, ROBERT)
86.2
REYHER ENTERPRISES (MCKENZIE, ROBERT)
6705454 A
87
REYMAN, KENT
87
REYMAN, KENT
6705818 A
88
RHOADES, BYRON
88
RHOADES, BYRON
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
90
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
HOLMES, JIMMY
90
HOLMES, DELMAR
6705830 A
92
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
112.51
56.26
Farm Unit Subtotal:
112.51
56.26
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
112.51
56.26
203.02
152.27
Farm Unit Subtotal:
203.02
152.27
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
203.02
152.27
50.76
18.27
Farm Unit Subtotal:
50.76
18.27
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
50.76
18.27
6705820 A
124.98
62.49
6705839 A
143.09
97.73
Farm Unit Subtotal:
268.07
160.22
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
268.07
160.22
6705829 A
82.06
29.54
6705832 A
91.54
68.66
Farm Unit Subtotal:
173.60
98.20
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
173.60
98.20
ROBERTSON, ROY
92
ROBERTSON, ROY
6705331 A
96
SCHENCK, LARRY
96
SCHENCK, LARRY
6705721 A
99
SEMMENS, GIDEON OR MARY LOU
99
SEMMENS, GIDEON OR MARY LOU
6705938 A
100
SEUFER, DONALD
100
101
SEUFER, DONALD
SEUFER, DOROTHY
101
SEUFER, DOROTHY
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
103
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
MAUCH, RAYMOND
103
104
SHINN, CARL
6705146 A
117.52
42.31
6705147 A
129.10
46.48
Farm Unit Subtotal:
246.62
88.78
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
246.62
88.78
117.52
42.31
Farm Unit Subtotal:
117.52
42.31
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
117.52
42.31
27.27
20.45
Farm Unit Subtotal:
27.27
20.45
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
27.27
20.45
6705969 A
64.11
23.08
6705970 A
58.74
21.15
6705971 A
11.12
4.00
6705972 A
42.74
15.39
Farm Unit Subtotal:
176.71
63.62
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
176.71
63.62
160.25
57.69
Farm Unit Subtotal:
160.25
57.69
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
160.25
57.69
SMARTT, KENNETH
104
SMARTT, KENNETH
6705464 A
105
SMITH, DAVE
105
SMITH, DAVE
6705738 A
108
SOUDERS, JAMES
108
112
SOUDERS, JAMES
SPRINGER, PAUL
112
SPRINGER, PAUL
6705455 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
113
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
STALFORD CATTLE CO (STALFORD, ELMER R)
113
114.1
114.1
STALFORD CATTLE CO (STALFORD, ELMER R)
6705631 A
75.77
27.28
6705632 A
53.67
19.32
Farm Unit Subtotal:
129.44
46.60
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
129.44
46.60
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
29.38
10.58
Farm Unit Subtotal:
29.38
10.58
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
29.38
10.58
6706206 A
25.00
18.75
6706207 A
25.00
18.75
6706289 A
300.00
225.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
350.00
262.50
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
350.00
262.50
STATES, TONI
STATES, TONI
6705399 A
114.2
114.2
STATES, TONI
STATES, TONI
6705402 A
115
THOMPSON, DAVID & RAYLEENE
115
THOMPSON, DAVID & RAYLEENE
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
117
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
EADS, TOWN OF (BROWN, VAN)
117
119
EADS, TOWN OF (BROWN, VAN)
6706089 A
37.49
18.75
6706094 B
37.49
18.75
6706094 A
37.49
18.75
6706095 A
37.49
18.75
6706097 A
75.00
37.50
6706098 A
37.49
18.75
6706099 A
37.49
18.75
6706100 A
37.49
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
337.43
168.72
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
337.43
168.72
6706182 A
75.00
37.50
6706183 A
112.49
56.25
Farm Unit Subtotal:
187.49
93.75
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
187.49
93.75
104.17
37.50
Farm Unit Subtotal:
104.17
37.50
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
104.17
37.50
KIT CARSON, TOWN OF (HOLLAND, RANDY)
119
121
KIT CARSON, TOWN OF (HOLLAND, RANDY)
IDLER, GEORGE
121
TUCKER, GEORGE
6705063 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
122
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
ULLOM, DONALD OR KENNITH
122
123
ULLOM, DONALD OR KENNITH
6705193 A
0.00
0.00
6705194 A
0.00
0.00
6705195 A
0.00
0.00
6705196 A
0.00
0.00
6705198 A
0.00
0.00
6705201 A
10.40
3.74
6705204 A
0.00
0.00
6705205 A
0.00
0.00
6705206 A
0.00
0.00
6705312 A
0.00
0.00
6705314 A
0.00
0.00
6705315 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
10.40
3.74
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
10.40
3.74
7.69
7.69
Farm Unit Subtotal:
7.69
7.69
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
7.69
7.69
15.66
10.57
Farm Unit Subtotal:
15.66
10.57
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
15.66
10.57
VALCO (BRUBAKER, TOM)
123
VALCO (BRUBAKER, TOM)
6705242 A
126
SNELLER, JAY
126
WEIMER, JOAN
6705978 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
128
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
WIDENER FARMS INC (KNOBBE, LINDA)
128
130
WIDENER FARMS INC (KNOBBE, LINDA)
6705430 A
124.98
93.74
6705431 A
0.00
0.00
6706076 A
100.00
75.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
224.98
168.74
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
224.98
168.74
6705698 A
184.21
124.16
6705699 A
178.07
120.20
6705701 A
180.04
121.35
6705702 A
166.08
111.94
6705708 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
708.40
477.64
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
708.40
477.64
6705597 A
590.28
212.50
6705598 A
129.35
46.57
6705784 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
719.63
259.07
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
719.63
259.07
6705963 A
122.87
44.23
6705964 A
48.07
17.31
Farm Unit Subtotal:
170.94
61.54
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
170.94
61.54
WILGER, ROBERT OR LINDA
130
131
WILGER, ROBERT OR LINDA
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
131
134
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
WOLLERT, RONALD
134
WOLLERT, RONALD
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
136
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
REYHER ENTERPRISES (MCKENZIE, ROBERT)
135
REYHER ENTERPRISES (MCKENZIE, ROBERT)
6705234 A
42.31
42.31
42.31
42.31
6705959 A
38.14
18.27
6705960 A
154.92
55.77
6705962 A
90.33
43.27
Farm Unit Subtotal:
283.39
117.31
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
325.70
159.62
6705956 A
0.00
0.00
6705987 A
69.44
25.00
6705988 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
69.44
25.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
69.44
25.00
6705451 A
119.23
80.72
6705452 A
91.03
61.63
Farm Unit Subtotal:
210.26
142.35
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
210.26
142.35
6706203 A
75.01
37.51
6706204 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
75.01
37.51
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
75.01
37.51
Farm Unit Subtotal:
136
137
WOLLERT, RONALD
WOLLERT, KELLY
137
138
WOLLERT, RUBEN
WOOTTEN, WILLIAM
138
139
WOOTTEN, WILLIAM
YOUNGREN, VINCENT
139
YOUNGREN, VINCENT
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
140
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
HUGO, TOWN OF
140
141
HUGO, TOWN OF
6706208 A
75.00
37.50
6706209 A
75.00
37.50
6706210 A
37.49
18.75
6706211 A
37.49
18.75
6706212 A
37.49
18.75
6706213 A
37.49
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
299.96
149.98
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
299.96
149.98
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
6705663 A
0.00
0.00
6705664 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
DOWNING, BERTA
141
WALKER, RAMONA
6705375 A
145
S&S LAND & CATTLE INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN III)
145
S&S LAND & CATTLE INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN III)
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
146
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
ELLENBERGER, ERIC
146
ELLENBERGER PARTNERSHIP LLP (ELLENBERGER, D J)
6705949 A
42.32
31.74
6705950 A
41.01
30.76
6705951 A
37.19
27.89
6705952 A
19.22
14.42
139.74
104.81
6705466 A
42.74
15.39
6705467 A
93.47
33.65
Farm Unit Subtotal:
136.21
49.04
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
275.95
153.84
29.83
22.37
Farm Unit Subtotal:
29.83
22.37
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
29.83
22.37
48.07
17.31
Farm Unit Subtotal:
48.07
17.31
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
48.07
17.31
48.07
17.31
Farm Unit Subtotal:
48.07
17.31
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
48.07
17.31
11.55
5.78
Farm Unit Subtotal:
11.55
5.78
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
11.55
5.78
Farm Unit Subtotal:
146.1
147
ELLENBERGER PARTNERSHIP LLP (ELLENBERGER, D J)
TORRES, RUDY
147
TORRES, RUDY
6705060 A
152
SNELLER, JAY
152
HUDSON & PERSYN LTD
6705973 A
153
WOLLERT, KELLY
153
PURE CYCLE INC (ROESCH, KELLY)
6705967 A
155
TAGUE, FRANK
155
TAGUE, FRANK
6705131 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
158
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
VERHOEFF FARMS INC (VERHOEFF, LANCE)
158
160
VERHOEFF FARMS INC (VERHOEFF, LANCE)
6705000 A
118.72
42.74
6705010 A
120.21
43.28
6705016 A
114.84
41.34
6705017 A
52.45
18.88
6705018 A
42.74
15.39
6705019 A
42.74
15.39
Farm Unit Subtotal:
491.70
177.01
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
491.70
177.01
6705535 A
182.90
91.45
6705536 A
139.75
69.88
6705537 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
322.65
161.33
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
322.65
161.33
35.86
17.93
Farm Unit Subtotal:
35.86
17.93
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
35.86
17.93
6705617 A
0.00
0.00
6705618 A
160.25
57.69
Farm Unit Subtotal:
160.25
57.69
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
160.25
57.69
MALONE FARMS LLP (MALONE, LANE)
160
161
SWAFFORD, WILLIAM L
TAYLOR, CHARLEY
161
TAYLOR, CHARLEY
6705125 A
162
RINK, MILTON & CAROL
162
RINK, MILTON & CAROL
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
164
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
WOLLERT, RICHARD
164
WOLLERT, RICHARD
6705958 A
172
61.42
22.11
Farm Unit Subtotal:
61.42
22.11
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
61.42
22.11
6705391 A
25.20
18.90
6705392 A
27.78
20.84
6705393 A
12.83
9.62
Farm Unit Subtotal:
65.81
49.36
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
65.81
49.36
21.15
10.58
Farm Unit Subtotal:
21.15
10.58
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
21.15
10.58
109.52
39.43
Farm Unit Subtotal:
109.52
39.43
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
109.52
39.43
6705002 A
13.37
4.81
6705003 A
10.69
3.85
6705004 A
16.03
5.77
Farm Unit Subtotal:
40.09
14.43
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
40.09
14.43
LAMAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE (LIRLEY, SEAN)
172
175
LAMAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE (LIRLEY, SEAN)
VAN CAMPEN, CLIFF
175
VAN CAMPEN, CLIFF
6705143 A
177
WILSON, GLEN
177
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
6705615 A
179
SMART, DEAN & DOUG
179
SMART, DEAN & DOUG
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
180
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
HAGGARD, RONNIE
180
HAGGARD, RONNIE
6705918 A
182
29.38
10.58
Farm Unit Subtotal:
29.38
10.58
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
29.38
10.58
48.07
24.04
Farm Unit Subtotal:
48.07
24.04
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
48.07
24.04
125.55
45.20
Farm Unit Subtotal:
125.55
45.20
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
125.55
45.20
18.74
9.61
Farm Unit Subtotal:
18.74
9.61
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
18.74
9.61
6705838 A
0.00
0.00
6705840 A
70.28
27.27
6705841 A
67.36
26.14
Farm Unit Subtotal:
137.64
53.40
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
137.64
53.40
BRISTOL GRANADA CEMETARY DIST (PALMER, MONTY)
182
BRISTOL GRANADA CEMETARY DIST (PALMER, MONTY)
6705567 A
187
DOWEN, BILLY
187
DUVALL, FRANK
6705662 A
188
HECKMAN, BURT
188
HECKMAN, BURT OR FRED
6705020 A
190
SEUFER, JEROME
190
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
191
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
THOMPSON, ROBERT
191
THOMPSON, ROBERT
6705635 A
0.00
0.00
6705636 A
0.00
0.00
6705637 A
0.00
0.00
6705638 A
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
6705858 A
113.64
40.91
6705859 A
0.00
0.00
6705860 A
0.00
0.00
6705861 A
113.64
40.91
Farm Unit Subtotal:
227.28
81.82
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
227.28
81.82
406.05
304.54
Farm Unit Subtotal:
406.05
304.54
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
406.05
304.54
6705457 A
0.00
0.00
6705458 A
243.60
182.70
6705461 A
261.77
94.24
6705462 A
80.57
41.33
6705463 A
325.86
117.31
Farm Unit Subtotal:
911.80
435.58
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
911.80
435.58
Farm Unit Subtotal:
337
192
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
SCHWAB, CRAIG
192
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
6705827 A
193
MAY FARMS (MAY, DALLAS)
193
MAY FARMS (MAY, DALLAS)
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
195
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
WEIMER, JOSH OR JANA
195
196
WEIMER, JOSH OR JANA
6705936 A
0.00
0.00
6705937 A
0.00
0.00
6705943 A
72.33
36.53
Farm Unit Subtotal:
72.33
36.53
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
72.33
36.53
6705944 A
17.21
9.62
6705975 A
37.40
28.05
6705976 A
26.72
20.04
6705977 A
61.42
46.07
Farm Unit Subtotal:
142.75
103.78
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
142.75
103.78
6705869 A
0.00
0.00
6705870 A
36.66
17.05
Farm Unit Subtotal:
36.66
17.05
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
36.66
17.05
6705871 A
44.19
15.91
6705872 A
22.11
7.96
6705873 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
66.30
23.87
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
66.30
23.87
TEMPEL, ETHEL
196
197
TEMPEL, ETHEL
CLINE, BEN
197
199
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
NEUGEBAUER, TRAVIS
199
ANDERSON, EVA
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
200
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
SEYBERT, GERALD
200
SEYBERT, GERALD
6705889 A
201
21.22
15.92
Farm Unit Subtotal:
21.22
15.92
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
21.22
15.92
75.77
27.28
Farm Unit Subtotal:
75.77
27.28
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
75.77
27.28
38.63
19.32
Farm Unit Subtotal:
38.63
19.32
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
38.63
19.32
47.35
17.05
Farm Unit Subtotal:
47.35
17.05
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
47.35
17.05
6705558 A
134.09
67.05
6705559 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
134.09
67.05
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
134.09
67.05
7.62
2.74
Farm Unit Subtotal:
7.62
2.74
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
7.62
2.74
REYNOLDS, CLARENCE
201
REYNOLDS, CLARENCE
6705824 A
202
GRANADA LUMBER CO (EVERHART, DON)
202
GRANADA LUMBER CO (EVERHART, DON)
6705557 A
203
KALMA, JIM
203
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
6705857 A
208.1
208.1
209
JONES, CARL
JONES, CARL
SMITH, EUGENE
209
SMITH, EUGENE
6705136 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
210
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
MCCLAVE SCHOOL DISTRICT (WEBER, TERRY)
210
MCCLAVE SCHOOL DISTRICT (WEBER, TERRY)
6705227 A
211
10.69
8.02
Farm Unit Subtotal:
10.69
8.02
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
10.69
8.02
18.93
6.81
Farm Unit Subtotal:
18.93
6.81
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
18.93
6.81
2.57
1.93
Farm Unit Subtotal:
2.57
1.93
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
2.57
1.93
6705773 A
23.86
23.86
6705822 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
23.86
23.86
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
23.86
23.86
52.89
52.89
Farm Unit Subtotal:
52.89
52.89
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
52.89
52.89
WINTERS, SHARON
211
WINTERS, SHARON
6705594 A
212
PORTS TO PLAINS TRAVEL PLAZA
212
PORTS TO PLAINS TRAVEL PLAZA
6705235 A
213
REED, HARRY
213
217
REED, HARRY
BEEF CITY (MCKENZIE, JOHN ROBERT)
217
BEEF CITY (MCKENZIE, JOHN ROBERT)
6705984 A
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
219
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
219
220
J-S FARMS INC (SUTPHIN, JOHN)
6705364 A
0.00
0.00
6705433 A
0.00
0.00
6705435 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
6705945 A
0.00
0.00
6705946 A
37.40
13.46
Farm Unit Subtotal:
37.40
13.46
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
37.40
13.46
24.06
24.06
Farm Unit Subtotal:
24.06
24.06
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
24.06
24.06
6705744 A
25.76
19.32
6705745 A
172.71
129.53
6705746 A
227.27
170.45
6705748 A
151.51
113.63
6705749 A
153.03
114.77
Farm Unit Subtotal:
730.28
547.71
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
730.28
547.71
69.23
51.92
Farm Unit Subtotal:
69.23
51.92
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
69.23
51.92
GILBERT FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (GILBERT, GALEN)
220
221
GILBERT FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (GILBERT, GALEN)
DORIS PRICE TRUST (PRICE, LLOYD E)
221
DORIS PRICE TRUST (PRICE, LLOYD E)
6706184 A
228
MILLER & MILLER FARMS LTD (MILLER, JEROD W)
228
229
MILLER & MILLER FARMS LTD (MILLER, JEROD W)
PROWERS COUNTY
229
PROWERS COUNTY
6705376 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
230
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
BARLOW, REX
230
233
BARLOW, KIRK
6706153 A
124.98
93.74
6706167 A
100.00
75.00
6706329 A
49.99
37.49
6706394 A
25.00
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
299.97
224.98
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
299.97
224.98
6705153 A
61.42
22.11
6705170 A
21.36
7.69
6705171 A
24.06
8.66
Farm Unit Subtotal:
106.84
38.46
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
106.84
38.46
6706058 A
149.98
74.99
6706064 A
75.01
56.26
6706065 A
75.01
56.26
6706087 A
149.98
74.99
Farm Unit Subtotal:
449.98
262.50
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
449.98
262.50
37.49
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
37.49
18.75
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
37.49
18.75
PRICE, JACK
233
235
PRICE, JACK
BROWN AND SONS INC (BROWN, GILBERT)
235
237
BROWN AND SONS INC (BROWN, GILBERT)
DECHANT, MARY LOUISE
237
DECHANT, MARY LOUISE
6706225 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
239
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
MEMORY LANE RANCH (SNOVER, JOHN & CONNIE)
239
241
MEMORY LANE RANCH (SNOVER, JOHN & CONNIE)
6706316 A
75.01
37.51
6706317 A
75.01
37.51
6706318 A
75.01
37.51
Farm Unit Subtotal:
225.03
112.52
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
225.03
112.52
6706038 A
37.49
18.75
6706039 A
75.00
37.50
Farm Unit Subtotal:
112.49
56.25
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
112.49
56.25
6705540 A
152.58
114.44
6705549 A
55.89
42.31
6705550 A
119.39
90.38
6705601 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
327.86
247.12
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
327.86
247.12
93.47
33.65
Farm Unit Subtotal:
93.47
33.65
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
93.47
33.65
COLORADO INTERSTATE GAS CO - LAMAR
241
242
COLORADO INTERSTATE GAS CO - LAMAR
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
242
243
REESE, CHARLES
MILLER, JACK
243
BELL, JACK
6705072 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
247
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
RONALD PETERSON LLC (PETERSON, RONALD)
247
248
RONALD PETERSON LLC (PETERSON, RONALD)
6705152 A
93.58
70.19
6705172 A
0.00
0.00
6705614 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
93.58
70.19
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
93.58
70.19
22.97
8.27
Farm Unit Subtotal:
22.97
8.27
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
22.97
8.27
12.62
4.54
Farm Unit Subtotal:
12.62
4.54
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
12.62
4.54
116.87
65.91
Farm Unit Subtotal:
116.87
65.91
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
116.87
65.91
66.29
23.86
Farm Unit Subtotal:
66.29
23.86
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
66.29
23.86
77.46
27.89
Farm Unit Subtotal:
77.46
27.89
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
77.46
27.89
BRASE, LEROY & CONSTANCE
248
BRASE, LEROY & CONSTANCE
6705915 A
250
LEIKER, WILLIAM
250
LEIKER, WILLIAM
6705814 A
251
SEUFER, DALE AND DENICE
251
SEUFER, DALE AND DENICE
6705874 A
252
CO DIV OF PARKS & WILDLIFE - PUEBLO (TONKO, JOHN)
252.1
CO DIV OF PARKS & WILDLIFE - PUEBLO (TONKO, JOHN)
6705606 A
253
EATON, DWAIN OR DONNA
253
EATON, DWAIN OR DONNA
6705130 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
255
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
MITCHEK, LEVI
255
256
KERN FARMS LIMITED
6706059 A
225.00
112.50
6706061 A
149.98
112.49
6706062 A
175.00
131.25
6706063 A
175.00
131.25
6706066 A
175.00
131.25
6706067 A
175.00
131.25
Farm Unit Subtotal:
1,074.98
749.99
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
1,074.98
749.99
23.01
13.23
Farm Unit Subtotal:
23.01
13.23
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
23.01
13.23
16.03
5.77
Farm Unit Subtotal:
16.03
5.77
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
16.03
5.77
ROGERS, JAMES
256
ROGERS, JAMES
6706346 A
269
PETERSON, LORI
269
PETERSON, LORI
6705118 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
271
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
NOVA-SOMINA LLC (JENSEN, ERIC OR RYAN)
271
272
HUGHES, LARRY H
6705500 A
86.52
43.26
6705501 A
0.00
0.00
6705502 A
0.00
0.00
6705503 A
140.69
90.39
6705504 A
98.76
63.45
6705505 A
255.92
164.43
6705506 A
0.00
0.00
6705507 A
122.73
78.85
6705508 A
94.28
60.57
6705509 A
68.84
44.23
6705510 A
73.87
61.53
6705511 A
15.28
11.46
6705512 A
84.88
54.54
Farm Unit Subtotal:
1,041.77
672.72
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
1,041.77
672.72
2.27
1.14
Farm Unit Subtotal:
2.27
1.14
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
2.27
1.14
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
FLETCHER, NEIL OR BECKY
272
FLETCHER, NEIL OR BECKY
6705592 A
274
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
274
TRI-STATE GENERATION & TRANSMISSION
6705595 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
275
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
VICK, ANTHONY
275
VICK, ANTHONY
6706226 A
278
141.66
106.25
Farm Unit Subtotal:
141.66
106.25
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
141.66
106.25
6705103 A
0.00
0.00
6705104 A
0.00
0.00
6705105 A
0.00
0.00
6705106 A
0.00
0.00
6705109 A
117.03
89.88
6705111 A
101.50
71.15
6705112 A
101.50
71.15
Farm Unit Subtotal:
320.03
232.18
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
320.03
232.18
6705140 B
2.57
1.93
6705140 A
2.57
1.93
Farm Unit Subtotal:
5.14
3.86
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
5.14
3.86
25.00
18.75
Farm Unit Subtotal:
25.00
18.75
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
25.00
18.75
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
RONALD PETERSON LLC (PETERSON, RONALD)
278
283
RONALD PETERSON LLC (PETERSON, RONALD)
WOLFE, JACK R
283
288
WOLFE, JACK R
SCHMITT & MOUSEL (SCHMITT, JOE)
288
SCHMITT & MOUSEL (SCHMITT, JOE)
6706190 A
289
J-S RANCH LLC (SUTPHIN, JOHN JR)
289
J-S RANCH LLC (SUTPHIN, JOHN JR)
6705426 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
292
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
WITT, RANDY A & MINDA L
292
WITT, RANDY A & MINDA L
6705401 A
293
56.09
20.19
Farm Unit Subtotal:
56.09
20.19
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
56.09
20.19
6705547 A
227.02
170.27
6705548 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
227.02
170.27
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
227.02
170.27
201.93
100.97
Farm Unit Subtotal:
201.93
100.97
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
201.93
100.97
6705801 A
23.98
15.92
6705802 A
195.08
129.53
Farm Unit Subtotal:
219.06
145.46
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
219.06
145.46
BORDER LAND ENTERPRISES LLC (GRASMICK, WILLIAM)
293
294
BORDER LAND ENTERPRISES LLC (GRASMICK, WILLIAM)
KOEHN, REX A OR MARY ELIZABETH
294
KOEHN, REX A OR MARY ELIZABETH
6705542 A
295
NEUGEBAUER, MARTY W OR TARA R
295
NEUGEBAUER, MARTY W OR TARA R
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
296
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
REED, HAROLD
296
302
REED, HAROLD
6705185 A
16.63
5.99
6705186 A
16.63
5.99
6705187 A
33.26
11.97
6705197 A
58.74
21.15
6705207 A
0.00
0.00
6705208 A
77.46
27.89
6705209 A
0.00
0.00
6705210 A
48.07
17.31
6705211 A
0.00
0.00
6705217 A
16.63
5.99
Farm Unit Subtotal:
267.42
96.27
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
267.42
96.27
7.72
2.78
Farm Unit Subtotal:
7.72
2.78
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
7.72
2.78
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
114.84
41.34
Farm Unit Subtotal:
114.84
41.34
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
114.84
41.34
SMITH, EVELYN L
302
SMITH, EVELYN L
6705671 A
303
HERRERA, JASON
303
HERRERA, JASON
6705132 A
304
TEMPEL, JAKE
304
SOUTH PLACE FARMS (VAN HOOK, DAWN K)
6705981 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
305
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
TEMPEL, GALE
305
TEMPEL, GALE
6705983 A
307
37.40
13.46
Farm Unit Subtotal:
37.40
13.46
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
37.40
13.46
6706103 A
25.01
25.01
6706144 A
25.01
25.01
6706145 A
25.01
25.01
6706146 A
25.01
25.01
6706148 A
50.00
50.00
6706149 A
66.68
50.01
6706150 A
66.68
50.01
6706390 A
25.00
25.00
6706392 A
25.00
25.00
6706393 A
25.00
25.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
358.40
325.06
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
358.40
325.06
6705350 A
66.78
50.09
6705355 B
24.06
24.06
6705355 A
24.06
18.05
6705373 A
184.29
138.22
6705374 A
98.82
74.12
Farm Unit Subtotal:
398.01
304.52
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
398.01
304.52
AG FEEDUSA LLC (BARBAN, JOE)
307
312
AG FEEDUSA LLC (BARBAN, JOE)
GRASMICK FARMS INC
312
GP IRRIGATED FARMS LLC (NYQUIST, KARL)
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
312.1
312.1
312.2
312.2
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
GRASMICK FARMS INC
GP IRRIGATED FARMS LLC (NYQUIST, KARL)
6705717 A
34.84
26.13
6705720 A
34.84
26.13
6705722 A
34.84
26.13
6705723 A
36.37
27.28
6705724 A
34.84
26.13
6705725 A
36.37
27.28
6705726 A
36.37
27.28
6705727 A
34.84
26.13
6705728 A
36.37
27.28
6705729 A
36.37
27.28
6705731 A
34.84
26.13
6705733 A
34.84
26.13
6705736 A
36.37
27.28
6705737 A
157.88
118.41
6705774 A
34.84
26.13
6705775 A
34.84
26.13
Farm Unit Subtotal:
689.66
517.25
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
689.66
517.25
6705543 A
139.75
104.81
6705545 A
105.13
78.85
6705545 D
216.36
162.27
6705545 C
219.02
164.27
6705546 B
51.11
38.33
6705546 A
75.63
56.72
Farm Unit Subtotal:
807.00
605.25
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
807.00
605.25
GRASMICK FARMS INC
GP IRRIGATED FARMS LLC (NYQUIST, KARL)
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
312.3
312.3
312.4
312.4
323
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
GRASMICK FARMS INC
GP IRRIGATED FARMS LLC (NYQUIST, KARL)
6705478 A
189.41
142.06
6705479 A
268.31
201.23
6705481 A
243.06
182.30
6705483 A
268.31
201.23
6705485 A
347.23
260.42
6705488 A
372.48
279.36
6705489 A
293.56
220.17
6705491 A
78.92
59.19
6705492 A
243.06
182.30
6705494 A
239.91
86.37
6705538 A
189.41
142.06
6705539 A
110.49
82.87
Farm Unit Subtotal:
2,844.15
2,039.55
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
2,844.15
2,039.55
6705477 A
296.72
222.54
6705482 A
268.31
201.23
Farm Unit Subtotal:
565.03
423.77
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
565.03
423.77
6706324 A
316.66
237.50
6706325 A
524.98
393.74
Farm Unit Subtotal:
841.64
631.23
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
841.64
631.23
GRASMICK FARMS INC
GP IRRIGATED FARMS LLC (NYQUIST, KARL)
RAINES, ROBERT W JR
323
RAINES, ROBERT W JR
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
325
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
WOLLERT, RONALD
154
WOLLERT, RONALD
6705965 A
40.07
14.43
40.07
14.43
6705202 A
0.00
0.00
6705203 A
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
150.96
54.35
Farm Unit Subtotal:
150.96
54.35
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
191.03
68.77
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
0.00
0.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
0.00
0.00
6705803 A
431.32
323.49
6705804 A
229.29
171.97
6705806 A
229.29
171.97
6705810 A
53.04
39.78
6705811 A
168.95
120.46
Farm Unit Subtotal:
1,111.89
827.67
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
1,111.89
827.67
Farm Unit Subtotal:
325
PURE CYCLE INC (ROESCH, KELLY)
Farm Unit Subtotal:
325.1
PURE CYCLE INC (ROESCH, KELLY)
6705071 A
333
JACHELL LLC (OWEN, J CHURCHILL)
333
JACHELL LLC (OWEN, J CHURCHILL)
6705404 A
334.1
334.1
BROYLES, WILLIAM
COLORADO WATER & LAND LLLP (BROYLES, WILLIAM)
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
336
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
CO DEPT OF CORRECTIONS - FT LYON
336
338
CO DEPT OF CORRECTIONS - FT LYON
6705076 A
127.77
95.83
6705077 A
32.36
32.36
6705078 A
197.44
98.72
6705079 A
187.82
93.91
6705080 A
9.61
4.81
Farm Unit Subtotal:
555.00
325.62
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
555.00
325.62
15.90
7.95
Farm Unit Subtotal:
15.90
7.95
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
15.90
7.95
296.72
222.54
Farm Unit Subtotal:
296.72
222.54
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
296.72
222.54
69.44
25.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
69.44
25.00
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
69.44
25.00
202.62
136.36
Farm Unit Subtotal:
202.62
136.36
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
202.62
136.36
PARKER, ROBERT
338
PARKER, ROBERT
6705565 A
339
GRASMICK FARMS INC
312.3
GP IRRIGATED FARMS LLC (NYQUIST, KARL)
6705486 A
340
HENDERSON, CHRIS
340
HENDERSON, CHRIS
6705101 A
341
SANDERS, MARK & DIANE
341
SANDERS, MARK & DIANE
6705833 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
342
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
A&B FARM LLC (WILGER, JAMES)
342
343
A&B FARM LLC (WILGER, JAMES)
6705696 A
77.46
27.89
6705696 B
35.89
26.92
6705697 A
0.00
0.00
Farm Unit Subtotal:
113.35
54.80
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
113.35
54.80
149.98
74.99
Farm Unit Subtotal:
149.98
74.99
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
149.98
74.99
25.26
9.09
Farm Unit Subtotal:
25.26
9.09
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
25.26
9.09
6705739 A
116.67
87.50
6705740 A
116.67
87.50
6705741 A
151.51
113.63
6705742 A
151.51
113.63
6705752 A
675.76
506.82
Farm Unit Subtotal:
1,212.12
909.09
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
1,212.12
909.09
37.49
37.49
Farm Unit Subtotal:
37.49
37.49
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
37.49
37.49
GOODEN, LANE & DEBORAH
343
GOODEN, LANE & DEBORAH
6706080 A
344
MAUNE, BECKY & MATT
344
MAUNE, BECKY & MATT
6705881 A
345
FALLWELL, LARRY
345
361
NORTHERN AGRICULTURE c/o FARMLAND MNGT
US NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
361
US NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
6706142 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
362
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
MANLY, RONALD & MARY
362
MANLY, RONALD & MARY
6705129 A
363
21.44
10.72
Farm Unit Subtotal:
21.44
10.72
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
21.44
10.72
6706199 A
75.01
56.26
6706200 A
75.01
56.26
6706201 A
49.99
37.49
Farm Unit Subtotal:
200.01
150.01
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
200.01
150.01
100.28
50.64
Farm Unit Subtotal:
100.28
50.64
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
100.28
50.64
220.97
79.55
Farm Unit Subtotal:
220.97
79.55
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
220.97
79.55
46.57
23.29
Farm Unit Subtotal:
46.57
23.29
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
46.57
23.29
7,500.01
3,750.01
Farm Unit Subtotal:
7,500.01
3,750.01
FARM GROUP SUBTOTAL:
7,500.01
3,750.01
HOLLOWELL FARMS LLC (WADE HOLLOWELL)
363
364
BGH INC (HOLLOWELL, BERNARD)
SMOTHERMAN, KEVIN
364
SMOTHERMAN, KEVIN
6705670 A
365
S-D INVESTMENTS, LLC
365
S-D INVESTMENTS, LLC
6705484 A
366
SANDERS, TERRY
366
SANDERS, TERRY
6705241 A
999
LAWMA (HIGBEE, DONALD) (Joint bank well CWPDA)
999
LAWMA (HIGBEE, DONALD) (Joint bank well CWPDA)
6705527 A
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
Farm Group
Farm Unit
User
Owner
IDENT
GRAND TOTALS FOR PLAN:
Estimated Annual
Well Head
Pumping
Depletions
54,868.08
27,347.17
PLEASE NOTE: Rounding within the software used to produce this Report may cause slight deviations from the actual totals.
Report Generated: 3/25/2015
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LAWMA
2015 Rule14 Replacement Source Comparison
For
Lower Arkansas Water Management Association
Enclosure 2 – Delineation of Replacement Sources for Retiring Stream Depletions
Replacement Supply Analysis
LAWMA Rule 14 Plan
Plan Year 2015-16
Replacement Source
Fryingpan–Arkansas Project Return flow allocation
Lamar Canal
City of Lamar Excess Credits & Misc Other Supply
Fort Bent Ditch
X-Y Canal
Manvel Canal
Sisson-Stubbs Ditch/Stubbs
Sisson-Stubbs Ditch/Sisson
TL of deliveries to the Offset Account /Highland
TL of deliveries from the Offset Account /non-consumptive portion
Article II Account water (consumable portion)
Highland Canal Direct Flow
Keesee CU Credit
Stateline credit*
Offset Account Downstream Consumable
Pending Offset Evaporation Credit
XY Article II Consumable
Manvel Canal Article II water stored
Keesee Article II Consumable
Sisson Stubbs Article II
Conservation Storage
Misc. Other Supplies
Storage or Measurement Location
Reaches 9-12
Center Farm Aug Station
Center Farm Aug Station
Fort Bent Aug Station
Granada Gage
Granada Gage
Per Sisson-Stubbs Agreement
Per Sisson-Stubbs Agreement
Reach 10
Reaches 10-16
John Martin Reservoir
John Martin Reservoir or Reaches 10-16
John Martin Reservoir or Reaches 10-16
Reach 21
John Martin Reservoir
Reaches 9-18
JMR
JMR
JMR
JMR
JMR
Reach 7
Totals
Amount
Applied to
Stream
Depletions
from Prior
Pumping
(AF)
338
0
0
79
1806
0
0
0
0
0
370
1949
282
1768
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6592
Amount
Applied to
Shortfall
Makeup
(AF)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Amount
Applied to
Stream
Depletions
from Current Total Amount
Year Pumping
of Source
(AF)
(AF)
148
486
6173
6173
400
400
1331
1410
996
2802
150
150
252
252
252
252
70
70
300
300
162
532
1422
3371
847
1129
2204
3972
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
48
48
14855
21447
*LAWMA's operations summary describes the total replacement amount shown here to include Offset Account releases & Article II water releases as well as Stateline Offset Credit
Note: Estimated Stream Depletions are 12,314 Acre-Feet
Replacement Supply to Stream Depletion Ratio
174.2%
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