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Cap Pipelines Proposed

Pipe inadequate for 2 hookups to CAP, city says

Pipe inadequate for 2 hookups to CAP, city says

A machine called a rake is used in the harvesting of pecans from the groves owned by Farmers Investment Co., one of the two entities that want to connect to the water source at the end of the Central Arizona Project.

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Pipe inadequate for 2 hookups to CAP, city says

Pipe inadequate for 2 hookups to CAP, city says

An existing pipeline at a Sahuarita-area groundwater recharge project isn't nearly big enough to carry all the Colorado River water that two other parties say they want to put into two proposed connecting pipelines, Tucson officials said Tuesday.

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