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Gila River Indian Community signs deal to allow Phoenix to store water on tribal land (access required)

The latest agreement will allow the City of Phoenix to store water in underground storage facilities on Gila River Indian Community land in exchange for supporting the revitalization of the Gila River through various diversion projects.

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