Moab Sun News
December 22nd, 2016
With its water rights upheld by the Utah court system, the developer of a proposed nuclear power plant in Emery County is moving forward to capitalize on its assets, but critics of the project are questioning why it isn’t paying for them first.
Representatives of HEAL Utah, Living Rivers and Uranium Watch spoke before Utah Division of Water Rights officials at a public hearing in the Green River City Council chambers on Tuesday, Dec. 20, to protest the extension of the Blue Castle Project’s water rights.
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