Water is so important to this city and its history, let alone survival.
According to DC Water, the Nation’s Capital has three days emergency water supply!
In the face of unpredictable climatic changes, DC’s “planning” officials are considering throwing out its giant underground water cistern to be replaced by more condos, office space, and short term developer profit.
Do we really want to be surprised when drought strikes DC or there’s a problem with the source on the Potomac?
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a 20 acre underground water cistern (protected from the elements and sun) that could actually store and clean hundreds of millions of gallons of water without electricity in case of emergency drought or problems at the Potomac source! The other cities don’t have this answer already built like DC does.