2nd Flaming Gorge Project gets Feasibility Study

Utah's Flaming Gorge Reservoir

A coalition of Colorado and Wyoming public water providers will study the feasibility of building a pipeline more than 500 miles long, at a cost of $3 billion, to carry water from the Flaming Gorge Reservoir, on the border of Wyoming and Utah, to the eastern, more populated areas of the two states.

The study will look at how much water is available in the reservoir, how much water members of the study group need, and how it might be delivered to the agencies, said Frank Jaeger, manager of the Parker Water and Sanitation District.

The study group includes public agencies, who collectively serve more than 500,000 in Denver’s southern suburbs and El Paso County, as well as towns and counties in eastern Wyoming, Jaeger said.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Unlimited,unhibited growth is the hallmark of CANCER and developers;greed.


  2. Unlimited, unhibited growth is a hallmak of CANCER and developers” GREED.


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