Sites Reservoir, proposed for the Glenn-Colusa county line, is getting $1.5 million in funds from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
Sites Reservoir, proposed for the Glenn-Colusa county line, is getting $1.5 million in funds from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Dale Kasler Sacramento Bee file
Sites Reservoir, proposed for the Glenn-Colusa county line, is getting $1.5 million in funds from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Dale Kasler Sacramento Bee file

Big L.A. water agency antes up for a share of Valley’s Sites Reservoir

April 11, 2017 1:10 PM

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