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Water availability adequate — for now

May 22, 2014

Despite a seemingly never-ending drought, Colorado River Municipal Water District officials say they don’t anticipate any decrease in deliveries — for now.

Drought conditions which have now dragged on for the past few years have caused a drastic shrinkage in the district’s surface water assets. Lake Ivie, the largest of CRMWD’s reservoirs, is currently at 11 percent capacity, while Lakes Spence and Thomas are both below 3 percent of capacity.

For more on this story, read Thursday's edition of the Herald.

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