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Weather Watch (Drought / Water Restrictions) #389458

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 05, 1999
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(North Haledon, New Jersey: Jeffrey Kofman) Water restrictions in New Jersey and Delaware during the drought reported; details given of concerns about a major future water shortage. [Suzanne WEINBE - talks about having little water.] [Well driller Phil SPEER - says the drillers are busier than ever.] [Global Water Policy Project director Sandra POSTEL - says Americans use more water per person than other countries.] [Baltimore, Maryland, Department of Works Director George BALOG - says the water reserves are getting low.]

Kofman, Jeffrey;
Roberts, John

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