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June 13, 1974: Construction begins on the Nambe Reservoir, one of four irrigation projects planned in Northern New Mexico to use the new water from the San Juan-Chama project.
The long-delayed $215-million complex of structures and treatment facilities to use some of our community's share of water from the 40-year-old San Juan-Chama Project has been hailed, alternatively, as the key to growth and development -- and as the alternative water source Santa Fe needs during drought years.
About 4,000 acre-feet of water would be imported into the basin through the regional water system, some of it imported from Colorado through the San Juan-Chama Project to the Rio Grande.
He said Los Alamos is looking at installing wells near the Rio Grande to use the county's share of San Juan-Chama Project water.
The city also has its own San Juan-Chama Project water, which it eventually will draw directly from the Rio Grande through the Buckman diversion, expected to be completed by 2011.
The San Juan-Chama Project, which diverts contracted water for Santa Fe, Albuquerque, the Jicarilla Apaches, and other entities, is conveyed across the Continental Divide through the 26-mile Azotea Tunnel.