Jerome will sell water to Yavapai-Apache Nation

By Phillip Wright

Verde Independent

JEROME – The Town Council voted Tuesday night to approve an intergovernmental agreement to sell water to the Yavapai-Apache Nation. The revenue will be only $42 a month, and the water sold to the Nation is capped at a maximum of 10,000 gallons per month.

Mayor Nikki Check said the Nation has a very small number of cattle.

“They were filling their tanks with trucks,” she said.

The town will supply water to the Nation via the Allen Springs Pipeline System to the Laurel Leaf Ranch Line.

The IGA calls for the town to install a measuring device and a shut-off device. The town also will be responsible for the cost, maintenance and operation of the devices.




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