The Imperial Irrigation District held a public meeting Wednesday to discuss water conservation measures with the people they impact the most — Imperial Valley farmers.

Although the IID holds senior water rights to Colorado River water, it is under heavy scrutiny by regulators and other water agencies as it repays past water overruns and fulfills its water transfer obligations.

Staff Writer Antoine Abou-Diwan can be reached at 760-337-3454 or aabou-diwan@ivpressonline.com

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