Senator Sinema discusses solutions to help secure and protect Arizona's water in a council meeting
WASHINGTON (KYMA, KECY) - Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema held an inaugural Water Advisory Council meeting with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner and discussed solutions to secure and protect Arizona's water.
According to the press release, they discussed such solutions to help out Arizona's water future and mitigate the West's historic drought, including plans for Arizona deals with the ongoing drought.
“Arizona’s economic growth and prosperity depend on strengthening our state’s water supply. That is why our Council’s work is critical as we devise short and long-term solutions to protect Arizona’s water,” said Sinema.
The Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner gave a presentation at the meeting and also announced how the Colorado River Basin states need to conserve water to preserve critical levels at Lake Mead and Powell said the press release.