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    NOTICE TO FILE STATEMENT OF WATER USER’S CLAIM

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    As Grand County's paper of record, The Times-Independent publishes public notices of many kinds submitted to the newspaper from local people and institutions.

    IN THE MATTER OF THE GENERAL DETERMINATION OF ALL THE RIGHTS TO THE USE OF WATER, BOTH SURFACE AND UNDERGROUND, WITHIN THE DRAINAGE AREA OF THE COLORADO RIVER IN SAN JUAN, GRAND, AND UINTAH COUNTIES, UTAH, AND EXCLUSIVE OF THE GREEN RIVER DRAINAGE MOAB DIVISION, MOAB SOUTH SUBDIVISION, AREA 05, BOOK 5

    Civil No. 810704477 (05-5)

    You are hereby notified that the statements of claim for the right to the use of water within the Moab South Subdivision (Area 05, Book 5) must be filed with the State Engineer or the district court within 90 days of notice. After reviewing and evaluating the statements of claim, the State Engineer will prepare and submit a proposed determination to the court as to how the water rights should be recognized. For each water right you claim, Title 73, Chapter 4 of the Utah Code requires you to file a written Statement of Water User’s Claim, signed and verified on oath, or by unsworn declaration, setting forth the facts relating to your claimed right(s). After the List of Unclaimed Rights has been completed, the Division of Water Rights will file all claims with the District Court. Failure to file a claim within ninety (90) days of notice will forever bar and estop you from subsequently asserting any unclaimed rights within the Moab South Subdivision (Area 05, Book 5), and they shall be considered abandoned. A Water User’s Claim form may be obtained online at: http://www.waterrights.utah.gov/wrinfo/forms

    Dated this 17th day of May, 2019.

    Kent L. Jones, P.E.
    State Engineer

    Published in The Times-Independent, Moab, Utah, May 16 and 23, 2019.

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