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Seattle Says Water for Suburbs OK for at least 50 Years
- Civic Affairs
Seattle's water department projects that it will have enough water to serve Seattle and its suburban customers through 2060 without needing any new reservoirs or water sources according to a report in the Seattle P-I.

Because the Cedar River and Tolt River drainages are able to provide an estimated 171 million gallons per day, the utility's drinking water manager said the most likely scenario is that there will be adequate water for Seattle and its suburban customers through 2060 and beyond.

Read more in the Seattle PI


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