Some of the logic involved leaves me with a sinking feeling ...
Why are we selling water for golf courses for $2/1,000 gallons when Payson residents are paying from $5 to $10/1,000 gallons?
Does one — our mayor — really think these golf people are going pay to saturate their golf courses to the point where the excess water percolates down to the existing water table? Hardly. They are in business, not charity.
No need to mention that such a watering schedule would be extremely tricky to keep the course from being mush.
The article also states that the country club excess will likely wind up in Star Valley’s water table. Seems to me that would be far more true for excess water from the Chaparral Pines and The Rim courses.