- Published: Thursday, 06 November 2014 09:56
- Posted by R. Michael Brown
South Florida Water Management Rainfall Estimates from 6/12 - 6/15
Clear Lake is where WPB, and therefore the Town of Palm Beach, draws its water. The lake is drying up to dangerously low levels.
Clear Lake is where West Palm and Palm Beach get potable water to
drink, for irrigation, etc.
By: Bob Vila, Civic Association Director & Water Committee Member
A couple of rainy days this week won't change the fact that Palm Beachers are in for dry times. Stage two water restrictions have been imposed. Island residents must now limit watering to twice a week. And, it could get much worse.
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Harvey L. Poppel, Civic Association Director & Water Resouces Committee Chair presented to the Town of Palm Beach Water Committee covering historical and current rates residents pay for water, ideas for a new rate structure as the Town re-negotiates extending the contract with the City of West Palm Beach, and an update on Smart Irrigation.