Our View: Arizona’s water fight earned it a black eye. Can we rebuild our reputation?

The Hoover Dam and Lake Mead

Editorial board | The Republic

A bruising battle pitting the two biggest players in Arizona water came to a pause late last week as the agencies announced a truce and promised to work together.

On Thursday, the Arizona Department of Water Resources and the Central Arizona Water Conservancy District dropped their swords and published a joint statement of cooperation.

While certainly a positive development, it is only the first step in healing a relationship that was badly gashed in a dispute over how to best approach the looming critical shortages in the Colorado River system.


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