Riverland lower lakes miss out on drought tour – but we don’t have to – because they’re not so bad – and this would be a good opportunity for the county to take another look,” he said. “I think that will help bring more of those communities that are on the edge.”
In this scen여수출장안마ario, the county could make changes to water conservation and reuse practices, he said, which would help provide a resource base that could save both money and increase water resources for the area.
Logan said the county could also explore ways to improve water conservation along streams or trails, but said that would probably require a significant effort.
Logan also suggested a more detailed study of how residents’ water consumption is determined, whether it comes from surface water, streams or groundwater or whether it comes from g해운대출장안마 해운대출장마사지roundwater or surface water. That would be a good place to start, he said, since many of the people who use more than half of their county’s water use, for example, are poor people.
To see how people in the county responded to the proposal, call 463-2327 and ask for Steve Burke, assistant county land use manager. He will then send a letter to residents outlining how residents could take up to 12 days off from work or school because of the plan and how the cou구미출장샵 구미출장안마nty could benefit from these “redesigns of the water system.” The letter should include information on where the changes might be implemented; which services might be affected; and when the changes could take effect.
To see a presentation on a presentation by Randy Tuck, chief planning officer for the Salt Lake Valley, visit www.ksdak.com/sites/default/files/document/Randy_Tuck_WaterProject_2013_03_12_11.pdf.
A presentation about changes to the district water system, called The Redesigning of the Redesigned Water System: A Review of the Water and Wastewater (PDF), can be downloaded here.