Nothing in an arid climate creates more discussion than water. Who owns the water we pay for on our monthly utility bill? Where does it come ? Who makes the rules that govern water usage and what is the future of our water supply? These and many other questions will be the subject of the Springville Historical Society’s April lecture. The lecture will be held in the Youth Gallery (downstairs) of the Springville Museum of Art on Wednesday evening, April 24th at 7 p.m. Floyd Miner has spent a considerable amount of time researching Springville’s water history and the ramifications of water in the arid west. He will share his extensive knowledge and perhaps answer many of our questions in what promises to be a very interesting lecture.