The city of Wichita plans to be ready the next time Cheney Reservoir threatens to go dry.

City officials rolled out a proposed water management plan Tuesday – including the resurrection of an unpopular $1,000 fine for water overuse – for the next time a drought strikes south-central Kansas.

And history is clear, said city public works director Alan King: There will be a next time.

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