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Southern Nevada Water Authority On Disaster Aid, Rate Increase
Southern Nevada Water Authority On Disaster Aid, Rate Increase

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AIR DATE: August 9, 2013

Southern Nevada Water Authority Chief Pat Mulroy thinks dropping Colorado River levels are serious -- as serious as the damage done by Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast --  so she's putting out the possiblity of seeaking federal disaster aid. Meanwhile, your water rates may be increasing -- why, and by how much?

 

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John Entsminger, Senior Deputy General Manager Southern, Nevada Water Authority

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    Could the CCWD be the most inefficient, poorly run company in the universe, continually out to screw the customer? And could the SNWA be the most politicized, ineffectual organization in regional government? Methinks the answer to both is "Yes!".
    Tom HurstAug 9, 2013 09:55:12 AM
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