July 19, 2018
The water situation remains well in hand as the traditionally high demands of summer get underway.
Public Works director Amber Al-Haddad reported both reservoirs to be in good supply, helped along by rainfall earlier this week. After a hot, dry spell at the month’s start, the upper of the city’s two reservoirs had dropped by around three feet, she said. The change in weather has since brought about a reversal of that.
“We’re looking pretty good,’’ Al-Haddad said.
Following an emergency shortage brought about by production difficulties in
2016 and a reservoir level scare at the...