Thanks for the clarification. 82% of the State's population lives in one of the five AMA's.
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A couple things about the misleading article. First, the AZ Dept of Water Resources (ADWR) will not allow valley cities to further develop without a "100 year assured water supply". Cities must prove they can supply water for the next 100 years. There is water available to support growth. Just very ...
- Feb 02 2018 6:05 am
- Forum: Flora
- Topic: New forest thinning contract awarded
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Any decent contractor would know exactly what the "process" is, how long the timelines are, and the costs involved. All part of the pre-bid homework.
- Mar 24 2017 7:34 pm
- Forum: Backpacking
- Topic: 3-Day / 2-Night Backpack Suggestion for April?
- Replies: 17
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My 2 cents. Go down SK because it's the shorter route. Take very little water. Fill up on water at phantom ranch. Camp at clear creek the first night. Play around the area day two, but camp on the way back to phantom the second night to save on the distance hiking out the last day. Start very early ...
Roosevelt lake is up 1.07 feet since Saturday. The lake is 33.58 square miles. There are 640 acres per sq mile. There are 325,851 gallons per acre foot of water. Rounded off that comes to 7.49 billion gallons of flow into the lake since Saturday. Impressive. The lake is only up 1%. It holds quite a ...