I remember reading that saws the major player in why it got so low, the aquifer was low and entering more water restrictions so they turned to other water sources and Medina was that source.
SAWS has got a far reaching hold on just about all the water available north south east and west. When I travel to different areas of the city where I haven't been in some time it blows my mind as to how much developement has taken place in such a short amount of time.
I look around and continue to wonder where in the heck are all these people are coming from? It's crazy, and all I see is more and more construction going up.
It's a wonder any of our lakes will have water in them in the years to come and it can't help but to get worse.
Not trying to sound negative, but Medina is an old lake that has a history of being down more than it's been up. Also the possibility of us suddenly getting more rainfall per year from now on a regular basis probably isn't going to happen either.
With population increasing daily and everything else being same ole same ole, it's not looking good for old Medina.