Pinal County groundwater may not meet future needs

The Arizona Department of Water Resources recently released findings that Pinal County’s groundwater supply may not be adequate to meet future growth. Pinal County is part of an Active Management Area, where new developments are required to show an assured water supply for 100 years. We’ll hear more about the situation from Rep. David Cook of Globe and Jake Lenderking Director of Water Resources, Global Water Resources.

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Representative David Cook, Jake Lenderking, Director of Water Resources, Global Water Resources

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