• July 23, 2014

Central Texas water demand will increase, but where will it come from?

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  • Viktor posted at 10:26 am on Sun, Feb 24, 2013.

    Viktor Posts: 316

    Water resources are crucial for bringing jobs and revenue into local economies, said John Crutchfield, president of the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce.
    He said that? Is that why Killeen can't get new businesses while Harker Heights has & is even getting a Sam's Club? Guess Killeen's Chamber will use any excuse for incompetence.