New York Times on Effingham County growth

When New Building Dries Up Resoruces,” a story in today’s New York Times, describes how sprawl in Effingham County impacts the area’s water supply. An excerpt:

Ken Lee, Rincon’s mayor, said that the city, which was “now trying to play catch-up to solve the problems,” had no plans to cut back on either residential or commercial growth because of the water problems.

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