JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A federal judge has tabled any decisions regarding federal water rights to focus on the fate of endangered species in the Appalachola River.
Tuesday's hearing in Jacksonville is the latest development in a long-running battle over water between Georgia, Florida and Alabama. The fighting has escalated since a judge ruled last year that Georgia had little legal right to draw drinking water from Lake Lanier, metro Atlanta's main water source.
Water service will be interrupted between approximately 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. today on Summit Street in Gainesville between Queen City Parkway and Pine Street. Crews will be in the area doing water main improvements.
Alex Little won't stop fueling up at his local BP station any time soon, despite the oil spill plaguing the Gulf of Mexico, and according to convenience store officials, he's making the right decision.