KUNC: Tap water is cheap, but old pipes and a shrinking Colorado River could change that

October 23, 2023

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Tap water in the U.S. has remained at a relatively low cost for most Americans considering the capital investments required to keep drinking water safe. However, old pipes and a shrinking Colorado River will likely impact the affordability of tap water. In this KUNC article, Council Members Kathryn Sorensen and Manny Teodoro discuss the need for new water infrastructure and how this will not come at a low cost. We must continue prioritizing investments in water infrastructure to help keep water accessibility and safety a reality.

Read the full article online here.


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