State Will Not Offer Lubbock Funding For Water - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


State Will Not Offer Lubbock Funding For Water

A half-billion dollar pipeline proposal backed by the City of Lubbock won't be offered state funding or permits.

All week long we have been telling you about the future of Lubbock's water supply. The city sought to have the "Canadian River Municipal Water Authority" pipeline included in a long-term water plan. But, the state says Lubbock submitted the plan too late. Dallas is also interested in the same water, however the state has recognized that the issue is important to our region.

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