New Arizona Legislation Provides Rural Communities the Authority to Regulate Growth Based On Water Availability
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In a significant step in water management for Arizona’s burgeoning rural communities, Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano signed two pieces of legislation in June 2997, that provides authority for these counties, cities and towns to stop the development of new subdivisions that cannot prove a 100-year water supply for residents and also provides a funding mechanism for water providers to develop additional supplies.
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