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Two sides spar over artificial stream in southern Utah

Two sides spar over artificial stream in southern Utah

By Mark Havnes
The Salt Lake Tribune

Published Dec 4, 2011 04:26PM MDT

A river may not run through the new offices of the Washington County Water Conservancy District, but one will run next to it after construction of an artificial stream is completed, raising concerns of some activists in the area.
“We think that the money should be spent on recovery efforts of [endangered fish] species in the Virgin River,” said Jim McMahon, a board member of Citizens for Dixie’s Future that has been critical of the conservancy district policies including its efforts to build a p...

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