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A recent water usage summit in Las Vegas laid some things on the line.

Many scientists believe it is more than a possibility that sometime in the future the water level of Lake Mead will recede below an elevation of 1075', at which time Hoover Dam will cease generating electricity and we will no longer be able to pump water from the lake.

Today Commentator Bob Fielden tells us what Pat Mulroy the General Manager says the Las Vegas Valley Water District working on to keep water flowing to the region.

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