As a follow up to my article on Colorado rent I found this and wanted to link to it.
The new, more severe water restrictions in Odessa, will take effect July 1 and some of the largest users of city water are pledging more water conservation but it could still effect Colorado rent in apartments.
The city was the biggest consumer of water with 52 percent of the cities water going to the parks. Other high usage businesses are the hospital, the public schools, uniform supply company UniFirst, gas supplier Tri-Gas, hotels MCM Fun Dome and MCM Eleganté and the Sunchase Apartments according to https://www.oaoa.com/news/city-67003-water-district.html.
All of these businesses are looking at ways to conserve water usage mainly through drip irrigatin systems. The apartments mentioned may have residents pay their own water bills to encourage conservation among tenants.
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