[OPINION] Hundreds of homes near Scottsdale could have no running water

By Joanna Allhands | AZ Central

Homes that were built without an assured water supply in New River lost their hauled water in 2017, though EPCOR later stepped in. A similar story is now playing out in Rio Verde Foothills, northeast of Scottsdale – but this time, EPCOR has said it is unable to help.

You can picture the headline now, and it’s not a good one:

Hundreds of homes lack running water near one of Arizona’s wealthiest cities.

Homes with no wells or connections to a formal water system have been allowed to proliferate in Rio Verde Foothills, a 20 square-mile strip of county land northeast of Scottsdale.

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