SCOTT CITY, Kan. (AP) - The Ogallala Aquifer Advisory Committee plans to use its first meeting of 2013 to look at short- and long-term options for the declining Kansas aquifer and its users.

The meeting is scheduled Monday at 10 a.m. in Scott City at the Scott County Library.

Topping the agenda are enhanced management updates by each groundwater management district. There will also be discussion of potential future changes to the multi-year flex account program that allows producers to better manage water use during drought years.