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Georgetown could run out of water in 2030

New report indicates Georgetown Texas could run out of water in the next 6 years. The city’s Integrated Water Resource Plan says a new water source is needed by 2030. Currently, Georgetown is supplied by the Brazos River Authority and Edwards Aquifer. Conservation attempts have low citizens support. They are looking at several new water sources which could cost the city 2 billion dollars. Reports mysanantonio.com.



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