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Citizen complaints have forced the state Water Quality Control Board to rethink earlier plans for speedy approval of Assembly Bill 885, a controversial measure to regulate septic systems and private wells.

“Because of feedback from citizens’ written comments and input from those who attended a series of workshops conducted by our board, the current proposed regulations will be reconsidered, and will be revised and recirculated for public comment,” a water board statement distributed at the workshop said. No date has yet been set for a public hearing process on the revised draft of the regulations.