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Arizona suburb using rainwater to flush toilets sues Scottsdale for cutting off its water 


Residents in a drought-stricken Arizona town are suing to have their cut-off water supply reinstated after being forced to skip showers and use rainwater to flush their toilets – while a neighboring members-only golf course keeps its sprinklers on.

Rio Verde Foothills was cut off from neighboring Scottsdale’s water supply on January 1, and the water tanks of more than 500 families in the quiet suburb will run dry within days.

Their last hope is a lawsuit filed last week that aims to reinstate supply from Scottsdale until a more long-term decision is made. Residents say there is no plan B. 

Meanwhile, the celeb hot-spot Scottsdale National Golf Club owned by Godaddy billionaire Bob Parsons – where membership costs up to $60,000-a-year, and which requires a $300,000 entrance fee to join – is still sitting lush and green in the drought-stricken state. 

Residents in Rio Verde Foothills Arizona are suing to have their cut-off water supply reinstated after - while a neighboring members-only golf course keeps its sprinklers on. Drone footage shows the stark difference between the golf course and the surrounding area

Residents in Rio Verde Foothills Arizona are suing to have their cut-off water supply reinstated after – while a neighboring…



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