The Central Arizona Project (CAP) is a 336-mile system that brings Colorado River water to central and southern Arizona, serving 80 percent of the state’s population.

      PHOENIX, ARIZONA (February 19, 2019) – Last month the Arizona Legislature passed the much-needed Colorado River drought plan. However, questions remain as the historic pact faces choppy waters.

The Central Arizona chapter of CCIM, commercial real estate’s global standard for professional achievement, will present a discussion on Arizona’s water rights on Wednesday, March 6, at the Esplanade E-Center, 2501 E. Camelback Rd., Suite 50, Phoenix.

Grady Gammage Jr.

Leading the discussion will be Grady Gammage Jr. Gammage is one of the founders of Gammage & Burnham. His practice has focused on the political aspects of real estate, development, and public policy. As a zoning attorney he has represented dozens of major commercial projects.

Gammage has been at the forefront of urban development in Maricopa County, including deals with such public private projects as the Tempe Town Lake and Arizona’s unique approach to redevelopment incentives. He has also represented cities and towns in revising their development and land use ordinances, and has litigated land use and election issues related to development.

The event begins at 7:15 a.m. with registration and breakfast. (There is a vegan option for breakfast). The program runs from 7:45 to 9 a.m. Registration fee is $40 for CCIM chapter members; $50 for non-members and guests.   Register here.

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