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Water use for 'fracking' raises environmentalists' ire

Published: Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Updated: Tuesday, June 12, 2012 09:06

A preliminary federal study indicated that the district has available water in April but that level declines through the summer as recreational needs must be met in the reservoirs.

Harper, meanwhile, has no intention of giving up.

"Water is a valuable resource that we cannot afford to lose," she said. "What's happening just isn't right. It may be legal but we don't think it's moral to exploit our natural resources. And I'm not going away."

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