The Metro Roundtable, created under the provisions of the Colorado Water for the 21st Century Act is composed of representatives of the cities, counties, and water interests of the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area.

Its duties are to organize itself, elect representatives to the Interbasin Compact Committee, inventory existing water resources within the Basin, inventory water needs and conduct public education.

The Roundtable has selected Chips Barry, executive director of Denver Water and Doug Scott, Cherry Hills Village mayor as representatives to the Interbasin Compact Committee.

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