The Missouri River levels are critically low. If the problem is not resolved soon, area utilities, levees and bridges could be in serious crisis . Today we discuss the effects of dropping water levels and the multimillion dollar expenditure needed to remedy the issue.
- Mandy Cawby, spokeswoman for WaterOne, a water service in western Kansas
- Christine Ostrander, project manager/planner at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Tom Jacobs, director of environmental programs, Mid-America Regional Council