State Water Plan Stalled

ABOVE Roy McCauley, of the Alabama Pulp and Paper Council, worries that a state water plan might put an unnecessary layer of bureaucracy between industries and the water they need.   A new wave of attention is rolling toward the state’s most valuable resource — water. Alabama boasts more than 132, 000 miles of rivers and…

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