City Council puts off Rio Verde water vote

By J. Graber | Scottsdale Progress

The nearly 700 Rio Verde Foothills households that rely on hauled water may still have a chance of getting some come Jan. 1.

Scottsdale City Council met in executive session for over an hour to discuss a short-term solution to the water crisis in the community during its Nov. 21 meeting.

However, it did not take any action after reconvening from executive session.

Council is considering a proposal from EPCOR in which the private utility would provide the water and the city would agree to treat it and allow its standpipe to be used. 

That would allow water haulers to service homes in the area after Jan. 1, when the city currently plans to close that spigot.

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