Howard Hanson Dam and Eagle Gorge Reservoir on the Green River are shown in 2005, at a time of record-low snowpack on the peaks. Tacoma gets its water from a diversion dam downstream from here. Activists cite drought conditions as part of the reason for wanting to restrict new Tacoma industrial and commercial water users who want to use more than 1 million gallons a day.
Howard Hanson Dam and Eagle Gorge Reservoir on the Green River are shown in 2005, at a time of record-low snowpack on the peaks. Tacoma gets its water from a diversion dam downstream from here. Activists cite drought conditions as part of the reason for wanting to restrict new Tacoma industrial and commercial water users who want to use more than 1 million gallons a day. Peter Haley Staff file, 2005
Howard Hanson Dam and Eagle Gorge Reservoir on the Green River are shown in 2005, at a time of record-low snowpack on the peaks. Tacoma gets its water from a diversion dam downstream from here. Activists cite drought conditions as part of the reason for wanting to restrict new Tacoma industrial and commercial water users who want to use more than 1 million gallons a day. Peter Haley Staff file, 2005

Tacoma water fight won’t be contained to courtrooms

June 08, 2016 03:49 PM

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