Tom Farr of Sparks, Nev., uses a metal detector last month to find valuables lost in what is normally covered by water but now is exposed in South Lake Tahoe. The lake has dropped about a foot, exposing the muddy surface and many docks.
Tom Farr of Sparks, Nev., uses a metal detector last month to find valuables lost in what is normally covered by water but now is exposed in South Lake Tahoe. The lake has dropped about a foot, exposing the muddy surface and many docks. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Tom Farr of Sparks, Nev., uses a metal detector last month to find valuables lost in what is normally covered by water but now is exposed in South Lake Tahoe. The lake has dropped about a foot, exposing the muddy surface and many docks. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

State’s population growth expected to outstrip water conservation in coming years

February 14, 2015 10:00 AM

UPDATED February 15, 2015 08:30 PM

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