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November 18, 2013

Sulphur residents ask Oklahoma Water Resources Board to reconsider Arbuckle-Simpson decision

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     The nonprofit organization Citizens for the Protection of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer are also seeking a court review of the order, but on different grounds. CPASA is asking the court to modify the order to indicate which documents are part of the administrative record and incorporate additional evidence into the record.

    CPASA has filed a request to transfer the case from Oklahoma County District Court to Pontotoc County because an appeal of the board’s decision was previously filed there. That request is still pending.

 

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