The BWWSB has once again proven that their lack of planning has helped exacerbate a problem condition. The last "drought" we had in the Jeffco metro area was a few years back. At that time these civic leaders should have gone in to the water supply lakes and dug out and deepened them. Then as the waters were filling up, our storage pools would have had a larger capacity and thusly would have helped lessen or avoid the current water situation that the metro area is facing. Since hindsight is always 20/20, I hope that the same BWWSB leadership team will review the current situation and put some funds into helping eliminate this as an issue. With an ever growing population, increasing usage of sprinkler systems, and in general a greater demand for water, it seems apparent that without some protection and some foresight, we can expect the current status to be repeated. Dredging and digging can probably be accomplished very cheaply. The BWWSB has a number of its former contractors serving time right now for bid rigging, etc., lets just put them to work on the county problems while they repay their debt to society. If not, I'll bet that a number of the bigger general contractors in the area would pitch in and loan equipment and personnel to do the needed digging. We also get some dirt to help erosion issues somewhere for free. I want to take showers. I want to wash dishes and flush toilets. I want to do this without waste, but I don't think that this city is ready for 1-2 flushes a day per household. Thought for the day in Waterworld: If its Yellow, let it Mellow; If its Brown,flush it Down - at least for now. Lets move to solve water storage issues for the future.