15 September 2009

What Happens in Vegas...

...will be reported on this blog. I am going there to give a talk at the AWWA-CA-NV conference on October 7 (8:15 am). My topic is "The Political Economy of Water Rates."

I tried to set up a water chat with Pat Mulroy, but she's "busy."

(I may be able to talk to someone else at SNWA and perhaps talk to Pat at a later date. Still negotiating that.)

If you are interested in meeting with me to talk water or, better yet, having me talk to your group (is there a "Las Vegas water action coalition"?), then email me. I plan to arrive the evening of the 6th and leave the afternoon of the 7th.

1 comment:

  1. WaterSource/WaterBank16 September, 2009 02:35

    Mulroy & the SNWA symbolize the sheep herder who has ignored the good advice of the wise shepard and has shooed the flock to a mud hole teeming with flopping fish baking in the Nevada sun.

    The vultures of change are riding the spirals of hot air awaiting the feast. The coyote yips that the sheep should pay more for the water.

    A short distance away, the wise shepard has followed the correct trail and languishes in the cool stream fearing the fate of the sheep herder's flock.



    Bottom line: Big difference between a wise shepard and a Vegas sheep herder.

    Ample water for the sheep and fish ... priceless !

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