Eloy considers savings on groundwater designation

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EloyBy Tanner Clinch | The Eloy Enterprise

ELOY — With water issues becoming prominent in a few recent Eloy City Council decisions, members took the time to get educated on some of the legal ins and outs of water issues in Arizona at a Monday work session.

Most recently, council members got rid of many of the decades-old development agreements that the city penned before the housing crash in 2008.

The problem with keeping these agreements on the books has to do with what’s called assured water supply, meaning that cities must prove that there is 100-year supply of water for any units that may be built in the future.

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