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June 15, 2014 12:00 AM

Water parks fight perception that they are water hogs

Front lawns are struggling to survive. Lake levels are dropping. So it isn’t surprising that when people drive by a water park and see people splashing in a million gallons of water that they wonder: Why is that spigot still open?

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