Lewis and Roca Tucson attorneys recently assisted the Town of Marana in its effort to gain control over its own sewer system.
After filing a lawsuit against Pima County, Arizona, Lewis and Roca persuaded a Maricopa County judge to rule that Marana has the right to own and operate its own sewer system, the first step in the town's effort to control wastewater produced by its residents. In July 2007, Marana severed a 1979 intergovernmental agreement with Pima County that called for the county to provide wastewater service to Marana residents. Marana officials have said they want control of their own sewer system so the effluent produced from wastewater can be used to offset the town's groundwater pumping.
The Superior Court granted Marana's motion for partial summary judgment, finding that the Town has the authority to provide sewer service and ordering Pima County to turn over control of the sewer lines to our client.
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