Levels today at Lake Mead in Nevada, a storage spot for the Colorado River downstream from Colorado Springs’ rights, are 127 feet below full pool.
Levels today at Lake Mead in Nevada, a storage spot for the Colorado River downstream from Colorado Springs’ rights, are 127 feet below full pool.
Our water and SDS: Second of a three-part series Next: Bargain or boondoggle? Is Southern Delivery System the future of the city or a needless extravagance? How much water will we need from SDS in 2016? In 2040? In 2013, city residents used 78,067 acre-feet of water, 3,000 acre-feet less than in 1986. Is such […]
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