The Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center's Role in Local and Regional Water Supply Issues
Hollingsworth, Lisa J.
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Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center (CFRDC) is a technical assistance and advisory agency serving member local governments. CFRDC's purview includes assistance to local governments in addressing the feasibility and financing of public water supplies, as well as water quality protection mechanisms. For more than a decade, water supply and quality concerns have been a priority for our local governments, and CFRDC has been responsive in local, regional, and interstate efforts in addressing water supply and water quality. Specifically, CFRDC has addressed resource protection; development of public water supply systems; alternatives analyses for water supply; and basinwide studies, plans, and projects.
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