United States: Denver’s water chief praised as ‘great mind’

Associated Press: Denver's vast and powerful water empire, once seen as a Western bully bent on expansion at any cost, was reeling from defeats and beset by rivals when Hamlet "Chips" Barry took over as manager in 1991. Barry, who died May 2 just four weeks away from retiring, guided the city-chartered utility known as Denver Water through a radical transformation. These days, it's viewed more as a collaborator with other districts and environmentalists, an advocate for conservation and a pioneer in ......

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