Water Coalition Goes Down The Drain
(Las Vegas, NV) — The end has come for the Clean Water Coalition.
Its four-member board voted yesterday to eliminate the agency, which was formed in 2002 to address sewage problems in the Las Vegas Valley.
The coalition was criticized for high salaries, and its fate was sealed after a planned wastewater pipeline for Lake Mead was scrapped in 2009.
Most of the agency’s remaining funds will go back to local governments.