Dr. Joe Taron, secretary of the Oklahoma Water Resource Board, said the state agency approved the massive Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan this week after more than five years of work.
A committee charged with vetting the plan, made up of appointees from the state House and Senate, approved it as well, Taron said.
“Hopefully, when they reconvene in February, they will start to work on it,” he said. “The final product won't look exactly like it does now, but we think it's a good plan as is. Now, it's how you take that information and use it.”Read more: http://newsok.com/lawmakers-will-get-50-year-water-plan-next-session/article/3616006#ixzz1bcDyVHfb