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Marana’s Lazy K homes might be built before polluted water cleaned

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An artist’s depiction of the Lazy K Bar Ranch development. / Courtesy of The Planning Center / Arizona Daily Star


A race against time could play out over the next two years, pitting the building of new homes at the old Lazy K Bar Ranch against the building of plants to treat the contaminated water that would serve those homes.

Home construction at the upscale, 178-home Lazy K Bar development in Marana could start by early next year.

Treatment plants to remove two kinds of pollutants from the well serving the development may be online in about 18 to 20 months.

So does that mean Lazy K residents will be getting contaminated water in their taps, like those living in the neighboring Continental Reserve subdivision, and the Saguaro Bloom subdivision lying north of the others?


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