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Reader Polls Feedback for: April 25, 2015 through May 4, 2015
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Question:

Lake Mead water level forecast for April 26 is expected to reach a record low level. As the southwest drought continues the forecast for June will be 7 feet lower, reaching 1,073 feet above sea level. The last time Lake Mead was this low was May 1937. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question how do Nevada, Arizona and California adjust to the drought? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

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I think it is finally time for California to put into force a full scale water conservation program. They seemed to not take this serioous and now it is near critical. Jennifer L. Phoenix AZ

Living in Las Vegas for past 3 years has given me a better reality of the crisis. I think other sates must do what Nevada citizens have been doing for five years. Save water. Louise M. Boulder City, NV

The water must be allocated to each state, but a much higher priority Must go to the agriculture land. The importance of having food nation wide is dependent on Hoover Dam for their water. Its not just because they grow just about everything in those states, but farm lands are so vast to supple all of the United States and beyond. Without water to grow our foods, then we all as a nation will suffer. They must have full allocation of our water supply. Geoffrey Kam Honolulu, HI.

If California growers stop raising almonds much of the water can then be used for many other needs. One almond takes one gallon of water to produce, that is rediculous. Jenie Smith California

 

 


 

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