Future Prospects for Whatcom County Water Supply
Whatcom County has plenty of water in winter, when people need it least. But in summer, when demand for water is at its peak, it is often in short supply.
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Riley Sweeney here. I was stumbling through the Whatcom Excavator, a conservative waterhole for Whatcom County anti-environmentalism (imagine Jack Petree, but less coherent. Then keep going . . .) and I found this horrifying blog post punctuated by perhaps the most hilarious flowchart I have ever seen.
As you know, I'm a bit of a graph snob, so there was no way I was going to pass up an opportunity like this. I posted a response on my blog, The Political Junkie.
Check it out, you won't be disappointed.