Visitors take a closer look at overflowing Aptos Creek as it flows into the sea Friday after a storm system pushed through. A $12 billion water bill could mean more water moving south out of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Visitors take a closer look at overflowing Aptos Creek as it flows into the sea Friday after a storm system pushed through. A $12 billion water bill could mean more water moving south out of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Marcio Jose Sanchez The Associated Press
Visitors take a closer look at overflowing Aptos Creek as it flows into the sea Friday after a storm system pushed through. A $12 billion water bill could mean more water moving south out of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Marcio Jose Sanchez The Associated Press

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