Kayla Bertoldo serves as the File Manager and Assistant to the Planning Department for Rose Law Group. Kayla graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree from Grand Canyon University. She has a passion to help others and enjoys taking on new, challenging tasks daily.
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EXCLUSIVE: Rose Law Group reports on ADWR meeting regarding Maricopa County water issues
By Sam DeMoss, Rose Law Group Law Clerk | Rose Law Group Reporter The Arizona Dept. of Water Resources, on a call explaining the recent news of water issues in Maricopa County ended, their presentation with the statement in a power point saying, “We are not running out of water.” They went on to explain that the water modeling updates released
Arizona limits construction around Phoenix as its water supply dwindles; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose comments
By Christopher Flavelle, Jack Healy | New York Times Arizona has determined that there is not enough groundwater for all of the future housing construction that has already been approved in the Phoenix area, and will stop developers from building some new subdivisions, a sign of looming trouble in the West and other places where overuse, drought and climate change
WASHINGTON POST: Phoenix area can’t meet groundwater demands over next century; Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president, says firm is ready to help
By Joshua Partlow, Yvonne Wingett Sanchez, Isaac Stanley-Becker | Washington Post There is not enough groundwater underneath the Phoenix metropolitan area to meet projected demands over the next century, a finding that could threaten the current home-building boom in outer suburbs that are among the fastest growing parts of the United States, according to an analysis of the groundwater supply released Thursday.