The Army Corps of Engineers rolled out a plan to let Georgia keep more of its water but not as much as it wanted.
The deal was waiting for federal biologists to agree that less water from Georgia's Lake Lanier wouldn't endanger endangered species downstream.
The southeastern commander of corps of engineers is impressed with this kind of coooperation between the various agencies and stakeholders in this critical issue.
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