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Southern Delivery System: Closing arguments expected to conclude today in Walker Ranch lawsuit

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

Closing arguments are expected to wrap up sometime today in a jury trial to determine the value of the Southern Delivery System easement across Walker Ranches in Pueblo County.

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Aspinall Unit operations meeting Thursday #ColoradoRiver

From email from Reclamation (Erik Knight):

The next Aspinall Unit Operations meeting will be held this Thursday, April 23rd, at the Western Colorado Area Office in Grand Junction, starting at 1 PM.

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Cortez plans to install 3,000 smart water meters this summer

From The Cortez Journal (Jessica Gonzalez):

Funding is in place for the City of Cortez to embark on a $1.2 million replacement of more than 3,000 manually read water meters with automated meters.

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No watering restrictions for Broomfield

From the Broomfield Enterprise (Megan Quinn):

Despite a dry March, Broomfield will not impose summer water restrictions this year after learning it will receive its typical allocation from its main water supplier.

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GarCo urges West Slope water summit -- Glenwood Springs Post Independent #COWaterPlan

From the Glenwood Springs Post Independent (John Stroud):

Garfield County proposes to host a summit among Western Slope water interests in an effort to present a “united voice” on the prospect of new transmountain diversions, and how that would be stated in the forthcoming Colorado Water Plan.

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Water in the West and California's drought: Why Colorado Springs should care -- Colorado Springs Utilities

From Re:Sources Blog (Patrice):

Living in the West offers many advantages. Wide open spaces, majestic mountains and amazing recreational opportunities, to name a few. Still, there are challenges and water is certainly one them.

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Colorado Water: Potential new transmountain diversion gets a boost at statewide summit -- The Aspen Times

From Aspen Journalism (Brent Gardner-Smith):

The prospects for a potential new transmountain water diversion that would bring more water to Colorado’s growing cities on the Front Range appeared to brighten recently during a meeting of about 300 Colorado water leaders.

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