CAP kills purchase of rural land, water rights for suburban Tucson-Phoenix growth

The agency that operates the CAP must look elsewhere for water for future suburban growth, now that it’s killed a proposed $34 million deal to buy land and water rights in rural Mohave County along the Colorado River. Officials of the Central Arizona Water Conservation District aren’t ruling out the possibility of trying to acquire water rights from Mohave or other rural areas on a shorter-term basis.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News

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