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AIR DATE: May 4, 2005

Tonight Las Vegans will offer opinions about the plan to draw millions of gallons of water from rural Nevada. Most public comments have opposed the plan, but there has been success in negotiating a transfer with Lincoln County. The Bureau of Land Management is the agency that will decide if SNWA can draw rural water. It’s asking for public comment on the plan tonight in Las Vegas, at the Alexis Park Hotel. For more information, call us at 258-5633. KNPR’s Ky Plaskon reports.
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