The future of Lubbock's water supply is gaining security thanks to a $50 million bond deal.
The deal allows the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority to retrieve groundwater from Roberts and Carson Counties NorthEast of Amarillo. CRMWA is a water management district made up eleven cities including Lubbock and Amarillo.
The deal means the district can now produce 23.4 billion gallons of water, up from 14.6 billion gallons.
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