Pace still wants state action on water deals, Transfers have the potential to ruin rural economies, Pueblo lawmaker says

Outlet: The Pueblo Chieftain

October 2, 2010

Salida — Colorado lawmakers must act to prevent water transfers from ruining rural economies, a state lawmaker said Friday. “When water leaves a community, so does the future of economic development,” Rep. Sal Pace, D-Pueblo, told the state engineer’s office forum. “When the water leaves a community forever, the effects are felt for generations to come…”