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AIR DATE: May 3, 2005

Tomorrow the Bureau of Land Management will hold a meeting in Las Vegas to get public input on a plan by the Southern Nevada Water Authority to draw water out of rural Nevada. The plan has been met with resistance by rural Nevadans afraid that such a project will affect their lifestyle. KNPR’s Ky Plaskon reports. The public in Las Vegas can take part in the public comment period tomorrow. Call 258-5633 for more information.
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