The Dalles approves Google water deal


The Google data center in The Dalles, Oregon, was the tech giant’s first. Now, the company aims to build another.


The Dalles City Council has approved a water deal with Google, allowing the company to move forward with plans to expand in the area. But, residents have been concerned about Google’s water use as the region suffers from a drought. And the amount of water the company uses remains a secret to most. We hear details about the deal from Dan Richardson, a city councilor.

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