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for Water Resources Research Institute News Vol. Issue 236, June/July 1986
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Attention to water supply protection efforts by local governments in North Carolina is increasing. Notable among these efforts are the steps taken to protect the new Falls and Jordan Reservoirs. Orange County and other communities have begun to employ land-use controls to protect their drinking water supplies and monitor water quality.
Speaking before the Water Resources Congress in June, Secretary S. Thomas Rhodes, North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development, described some of the major water resource management issues in North Carolina. Among the issues are protection of water supply watersheds, coastal water quality, and financing wastewater treatment facilities.