From the Daily Herald in Provo, Utah:
“This is a very, very important issue and we are trying to offer some leadership in this regard and brought in people to give direction,” Freeze said of the summit. “We want what is best for our communities and families. We all realize that, like it or not, our region and state is going to grow. There is nothing we can do to stop that.”
Given the limited supplies of water, what ever are Utahns to do?
The experts said Utah County would have to learn to conserve water and even suggested residents might have to give up eating meat.
*pay more for eating meat.