Climate change will reduce San Pedro recharge, study says

Arizona Daily Star: The San Pedro study comes as the Legislature is considering two bills that would either lift, or make it easier for municipalities in Cochise County to lift, requirements that new developments prove they have an adequate water supply for 100 years to start building. As the law now stands, any county can require that all new developments prove an adequate supply. Cochise and Yuma counties are the only ones to have adopted such requirements. Pima County falls under a different state requirement......

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