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Pressure on state’s tribal water obligations (access required)

Among other budget difficulties, some water storage priorities may have to take a back seat in 2009 and beyond.In December of last year, the Arizona Water Banking Authority was designated by the Legislature as Arizona’s agent to provide “firming,” or ...

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Sun overhead; clouds in distance for AZ solar (access required)

Currently, the state’s largest commercial scale solar power plant is in Red Rock. The APS Solar Trough Plant generates a megawatt of electricity, enough to power several hundred homes. Residential solar system manufacturers and installation companies spent a good part ...

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Arizona’s dam safety program (access required)

Arizona’s dam safety program has existed since 1929. Funding was minimal and sporadic until 1971, when legislative approval for a consistent budget was secured. Since then, permanent staffing has allowed the development of a comprehensive dam safety program. Arizona’s dam ...

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Arizona cleaner burning gasoline (access required)

What is Arizona Cleaner Burning Gasoline (Arizona CBG)?Arizona CBG contains the same ingredients as gasoline sold elsewhere in Arizona, but it has been oxygenated and reformulated in order to greatly improve air quality within Maricopa County on a year-round basis. ...

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All Aboard! (access required)

Beginning and endingA train exchanges outbound and inbound passengers at the Williams Depot. [photo courtesy of Grand Canyon Railway] The Grand Canyon Railway Company offers five classes of service for guests to choose from. The following prices do not include ...

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