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At the Divide: Explore Castle Rock’s big goals for the future of water

Commissioner George Teal interviews local and state water experts in ongoing video series

Posted on April 21, 2022 2022Historic and Natural ResourcesNews and Events



Where will you be in 2050? Douglas County water providers are already thinking about where our water supply will be.

Commissioner George Teal is diving deep into the topic of water resources this year. Join him as he interviews state and local water experts in an ongoing video series, At the Divide.

This month, Commissioner Teal spoke with Castle Rock Water Director Mark Marlowe about Castle Rock’s long-term water plan and how it benefits citizens across Douglas County.

Mark Marlowe has nearly 30 years of experience in environmental and water utilities. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Russian studies and mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering. He has a Master’s degree in environmental engineering and is a licensed professional engineer.


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