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Date: 11 October 2007 To: W. Nathan Stacker, Vice President of Exploration and Development From: Bradley J. Miller Subject: The Southern Water Supply Project The University of Colorado’s Nancy Linscott provides information regarding the controversial Southern Water Supply Project (SWSP), a pipeline meant to transport water from the Windy Gap and Colorado-Big Thompson Projects to the Morgan County Quality Water District, Public Service Company of Colorado, and the towns of Berthoud, Erie, Fort Lupin, Fort Morgan, Hudson, Longmont, Louisville, and Superior, Colorado. The Northern Colorado Water Conservation District (NCWCD) is the organization that is planning to build the SWSP. Hudson, Fort Lupin, and Superior are in dire need of the SWSP because their existing groundwater supplies are in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act and their degraded sources need replaced. Some residents in the eight towns oppose the project for several reasons. Some say that the SWSP will bring growth that will turn these country towns into suburban areas,
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EBGN 101 taught by Professor Any during the Fall '07 term at Mines.

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