In this interview, Randy Ray discusses his role as Executive Director for the Central Colorado Water Conservancy District regarding the 2013 floods in Northern Colorado. Ray's work for Central is to augment the river depletions created by pumping and consuming local alluvial ground water for agricultural purposes. His office qualified for FEMA monetary aid in the wake of the flood--they had lost a fair amount of electronic measuring equipment--but only after some confusion about their status as a local government. Ray stresses the importance of forming pre-existing relationships with local, ...
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