It certainly would help the cities on the coast of California. Perhaps shrinking the need for water from the Colorado or Lake Meade. You have two problems with Lake Meade, the evaporation problem and people using more water from Meade than the Colorado River can replace. You also have the electricity output from Hoover Dam having been cut by a fourth as of now, with future electricity cuts very possible in the future as the water level drops. Another 175 foot drop, no more electricity from Hoover, no more water flowing through the dam for down stream use. The article stated Meade is at 36% capacity.That the two of the three intakes that supplies water to Las Vegas is now above the water line. The third is at the bottom of the lake.

The area in its ancient past has suffered through 200 and 300 years droughts. A drought is what is thought that put an end to the Anasazi civilization. My question is, what is being done now? Everyone knows the problem, is it being addressed or just being put on hold?


It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.