EPCWIDEl Paso County Water Improvement District
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46) Employing this small parcel provision, the Public Service Board signed an agreement with EPCWID in April 1992 to directly purchase an additional 15,000 AF/year from the irrigation district.
55) Even though federal irrigation law allocates water rights on assignment to specific acreages, El Paso's purchase of EPCWID land has had a similar effect on the El Paso valley to that of lower Rio Grande cities such as Harlingen, Brownsville and McAllen that have purchased set volumes of water from local irrigation districts.