It was an information-packed meeting Wednesday, when city officials and consultants presented their preliminary study and recommendations for Las Vegas to tackle its water problems.
The bottom line: It’s going to cost. A lot.
No surprise there. Everyone should know by now that the city is too heavily dependent on the Gallinas River for its water supply, that our reservoirs are badly in need of repair, and that our water lines are leaking like sieves. No one said it would be cheap to address any of these problems.