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New charge for Mo River sparks anger

By Dale Wetzel
Bismarck, North Dakota (AP)

North Dakota’s governor and attorney general and the chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes are promising a fight over an Army Corps of Engineers proposal to charge water users for surplus water drawn from Lake Sakakawea.

“Charging the people of North Dakota for water that they already own is really ridiculous,” Gov. Jack Dalrymple said in an interview. “It’s actually hard to believe that they would even propose such a thing.”

The corps is taking public comment on the proposal, which is part of an agency evaluation of surplus water available in each of the six reservoirs along the Missouri River. Lake Sakakawea, in west-central North Dakota, is the largest of the six.

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