[Water Consumption]

Months of a traditional offseason got consolidated into weeks, and here we are. Nuggets training camp opens Dec. 1 (which is a surreal sentence to write having left Orlando two months ago). The Nuggets have more question marks than one would like as a title contender and only more a few short weeks to address them. Coach Michael Malone’s objective has never been harder: Assimilate a team with five new players, develop young talent, revitalize old talent and compete in a loaded Western Conference. These are his most pressing questions with training camp on the horizon. There’s hardly been a word from the Nuggets about Will Barton, who was Denver’s third-most reliable player last season. After an injury-marred season in 2018-19, Barton bounced back with career-highs in rebounding, assists and shooting percentage. When the shot clock wound down, Barton was one of the few players who could still create something productive. His absence in Orlando, due to a knee injury, was apparent.

https://www.denverpost.com/2020/11/28/nuggets-training-camp-pressing-questions/

Some subdivisions in Limestone County under water consumption reduction By WAFF 48 Digital Staff | August 7, 2020 at 3:20 PM CDT - Updated August 7 at 4:43 PM LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WAFF) - The Limestone County Water and Sewer Authority is requesting a water consumption reduction for some subdivisions due to high volume of water usage. This includes subdivisions off of Powell, Hardiman, Burgreen, and Segers Roads until further notice. This will affect lawn watering usage only. They ask that all customers restrict lawn watering use to once per week. Officials say lawn watering is impacting the pressure needed inside homes. Consumption data is showing three times the regular irrigation demand in these areas. An update will be sent out when this restriction has been lifted. Due to the CDC recommendation to create social distancing, Limestone County Water and Sewer Authority will be closing...

https://www.waff.com/2020/08/07/some-subdivisions-limestone-county-under-water-consumption-reduction/