Sunday, August 25, 2013 at 1:15 pm (Updated: August 25, 1:23 pm)
By Karl Moffatt
Las Vegas Optic
Despite recent heavy monsoon rains during the month of July, the city was not able to capture and store much of the runoff due to limitations of the water system and regulations governing use of Gallinas river water, city officials say.
“People keep coming up to me and saying, “We’re in great shape because of all that rain, que no?” said Las Vegas City Manager Tim Dodge. “Well, I’m sorry but that’s just not been the case.”
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