The 4350water Blog highlights some of the issues relating to proposals for potable reuse in Toowoomba and South East Qld. 4350water blog looks at related political issues as well.

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Toowoomba dam levels reduce 0.1% in 12 months ...

Toowoomba dam levels - 30 June 2008 - 10.9%

Toowoomba dam levels - 29 June 2009 - 10.8%.

See - Toowoomba Regional Council - dam levels.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do they get it so precise?

We must be getting most of our water from elsewhere?

Remember that if we did not vote YES in the Poll - we would be out of water by now!

5:27 PM, June 30, 2009

Blogger Concerned Ratepayer said...

The water was supposed to run out by Christmas 2005.

10:30 PM, June 30, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That just goes to show that they had no idea and they still have no idea.
At present this council is building another retention basin at the Bird Habitat in Mckenzie Street-soo they must think rain is on it's way.

I don't know where they are getting the money from for this work either, maybe in is budgeted in our next rate rise!

9:18 AM, July 01, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about some small-scale storm water recycling for the city's parks and gardens?

9:29 AM, July 01, 2009

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about a council getting it's prioritys correct.What we have at the moment is a bunch of inepts raising our rates, costs etc because of "the amalagations that we had to have ,which our
granchildren will thanks us for" but can still, somehow,purchase a building at the cost of 3.2 million dollars. As a notable local said and I quote, we have a council that is run by the staff as was the previous lot were. How sad is that?

9:20 PM, July 01, 2009


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