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EID Bylaws and Policies

A By-Law Authorizing an Increase in the Irrigation Expansion Limit.



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A Bylaw Governing the Appointment of the Grazing Advisory Committee.



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Being A Bylaw To Impose A Capital Assets Charge On Parcels That Have Irrigation Acres Added to the Assessment Roll



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Being a Bylaw of the Eastern Irrigation District to set the fees for Household Purposes agreements, Water Conveyance agreements, Rural Water Use agreements and Other Purposes agreements and to set the Discount and Penalty Rates applicable to those agreements.



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Being a Bylaw of the Eastern Irrigation District to Set the Date for the Election, if any, to be held in 2017



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Being a Bylaw of the Eastern Irrigation District to regulate the delivery and distribution of water to users, to establish the terms and conditions that apply to that delivery and the circumstances under which the delivery of water to a user may be reduced or stopped.



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Being a Bylaw of the Eastern Irrigation District to govern the maximum amount of water that may be delivered for irrigation purposes and for any other purpose.



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Being a Bylaw of the Eastern Irrigation District to set the Annual Agreement Rate, Irrigation Rate, Terminable Agreement Rate, Minimum Amount Payable, Surcharge, Discount and Penalty on Unpaid Amounts



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Policy Governing Eligibility and Operation of Pastures on EID Lands

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When an irrigator comes to the District with a development that will or has improved his irrigation farm operation and will:

  • improve the District’s infrastructure, OR
  • save a significant amount of water,

the District may cost-share the project with the irrigator. Projects require the approval of the Board by resolution.



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The District has established criteria and guidelines to assist staff in evaluating and administering, and the directors in approving and/or rejecting, applications for increases in irrigation acres.

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When the District is undertaking an infrastructure rehabilitation project and at the request of the District a landowner is willing to change from his current water delivery arrangement (either in volume or location) and the proposed change reduces the overall cost of construction and saves the District money, the District may share the savings with the landowner.

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Policy governing Lake Newell Reservoir Land Use.

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Policy governing the Eastern Irrigation District purchasing of irrigation acres back from the landowner.

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Irrigation of Properly Assessed Irrigation Land.

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