Rio Verde Foothills residents lose bid to speed up water decision-making process

By J. Graber | Scottsdale Progress

It’s back to a waiting game for Rio Verde Foothills residents trying to form a water district to service their homes and livestock.

Supporters of a non-contagious domestic water improvement district, or DWID, northeast of Scottsdale lost their legal bid to force the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors’ hand to vote on the issue so now it’s back to waiting until the board is ready to act.

Supporters of a water district had filed a writ of mandamus against the supervisors in Maricopa County Superior Court in March to speed up the decision-making process but Judge Daniel Martin granted the supervisors’ motion to dismiss the legal action on April 26.

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