The given: Project Description Beach Town is a coastal city on the west coast of Florida which is experiencing unprecedented growth because of recent investments in the area by various Fortune 500 companies and influx of people to the region. Historically Beach Town had a uniform mix of industrial, commercial, and residential community, and attracted tourists from various parts of the world because of its white sand beach. Recent investments in industrial and commercial sectors as well as large number of people settling in this area have created an explosive population growth, and the demand for freshwater has sky rocketed. A simplified map of Beach Town is attached. While the sketch is not drawn to scale, the relative positions of the various features of the city are depicted accurately. A river flows through the city and eventually flows in to the Gulf of Mexico. The base flow of the river (during winter) is approximately 500 cubic feet per second (CFS). There is a thriving community along the beach that caters to the tourists. During summer, the city receives approximately 1000 tourists per day which creates additional water demand. It is expected that number of tourists will increase by 10% each year for the next 20 years. Industrial establishments are located on the river upstream of the city. The establishments are grand fathered to discharge treated effluent in the river. Stormwater runoff from the manufacturing facilities drains in the river without much treatment. The industries on the river are permitted to withdraw freshwater from the river. A combined municipal/industrial landfill is located on the northwest boundary of the city that receives wastes from the community as well as from the industries. A freshwater lake is located within 4 miles of the city boundary and is relatively pristine. The city is also surrounded by high quality wetlands along both north and south boundaries. The overall population of the city is characterized as progressive and has active involvement in local decisions.