To complete the system, he said, Centex would have to build an additional pipeline, a transfer pond and a pump station.

That would cost $700,000, Liberty Ranch homeowners were told Monday night, according to Shaundelle Delisa, who attended the meeting.


Why anyone thinks that watering the desert is a good idea in areas where water is in short supply is beyond me. But here it is: "Can you imagine what this will do to the value of our home?” [resident Brandon Knudsen] said. “One of my neighbors said, `I just put $20,000 into my backyard.’ And I just spent my summer, and $8,000, in my backyard. And for what?”

This is how Centex is saving money? Is this really going to be cost-effective with the lawsuits it will likely engender?

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