Water from the Arkansas River, which will be diverted to the Southern Delivery System pipeline with a planned opening in 2016, actually might not be deemed as essential for Colorado Springs’ ongoing water supply for decades thereafter, but it’s considered to be the city’s final option for a water source, whenever that day comes.
Water from the Arkansas River, which will be diverted to the Southern Delivery System pipeline with a planned opening in 2016, actually might not be deemed as essential for Colorado Springs’ ongoing water supply for decades thereafter, but it’s considered to be the city’s final option for a water source, whenever that day comes.
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