Panel Discussion: Georgia Water Policy and New Legislation
Draper, Stephen E.
Dellapenna, Joseph W.
Stevens, Patricia A.
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This paper provides background material for the panel discussion on Georgia water policy and new legislation. The first statement is by Michelle Fried, who initiated this panel, and includes a table on the proposed "Georgia'sWater Bill of Rights." The second background item consists of remarks prepared for Governor Roy Barne's presentation on February 5, 2001, along with two summary statements for his proposed Water Planning Study Commitee and proposed Metropolitan North Georgia Water District. Background papers from other panelists are included separately in this proceedings; see individual papers by Joseph Dellapenna, Jim Kundell, Stephen Draper, Pat Stevens, and Kevin Green. Two additional related papers are by Susan Richardson and by Maggie Kelly.
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