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Does Las Vegas Nevada US have an underground water supply?


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2014-09-17 23:43:20
2014-09-17 23:43:20

Las Vegas, Nevada does have an underground water supply. There are several permanent water reservoirs in the area that supply water to the city and there are several local basins.


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