By Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star
Gov. Doug Ducey should broaden the mix of interests represented on his new water advisory panel, the Tucson City Council says.
In a recent letter to Ducey, the council wrote that the governor’s 29-member Water Augmentation Council lacks adequate representation of conservation groups or of Southern Arizona water interests in general. The state’s top water official, however, says he thinks the group is well-balanced already and needs no major change.