Chad Booth is the creator and host of The County Seat TV. He has worked in broadcasting since 1974. Of the thirty years working in broadcasting he has been producing independent programming for 22 of those years. He is married to Ria Rossi Booth who works with him in the production of their three shows.

About half of the people living on the Navajo Nation lack access to running water. We experienced this first-hand as we toured Piute Mesa where crews were working to get a well operational again. Senate Bill 1207 will grant water rights and funding for the Navajo Nation to develop water resources in South Eastern Utah.

Guests this week:

Willie Grayeyes, San Juan County Commissioner & Member of the Navajo Nation
Kaitlin Harris, an Engineer with
Senator Mitt Romney, U.S. Senator for UTAH

The Bill provides water rights to 81,500 acre feet of water to the Navajo Nation in Utah and funding for infrastructure for water.

S. 1207 the “Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act of 2019” will settle a negotiation over water rights between the federal government and the Navajo Nation that has been in the works for decades. The bill has passed the Senate but has not been taken up by the House. On the ground, people of the Navajo Nation are without water while the bill sits in limbo waiting on the House of Representatives.