Pullman and Washington State University Await Decision on Golf Course
Golf is slow, but this is ridiculous.
The state Supreme Court in May of 2013 heard arguments in a case involving the use of water from a declining aquifer to irrigate Washington State University's new golf course.
Nearly two years later, the court has yet to issue a decision.
Opponents of the WSU golf course that opened in 2008 contend the school is mining a declining aquifer that is the main source of water to the entire Pullman region for the benefit of an unneeded amenity.
University officials say their use of the water is lawful.
An official for the Supreme Court declined to speculate on when the ruling might be released.