Washington: Water Supply and the Land Use Connection
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Washington’s efforts to manage growth and protect scarce water resources have brought water supply issues to the forefront in local land use decision-making. City and county land use plans and policies, in turn, have recently assumed greater importance in the arena of water utility planning, regulation, and service.
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